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In this article, I am going to share with you the 5 best jobs available to graduates with a tourism management degree who are interested in working in the tourism and hospitality sector.

According to Igi-Global, the tourism sector is explained as an economic sector where users spend their time in recreational activities mostly but not necessarily in remote locations other than where they permanently work and get an education.

The hospitality industry is also explained by sources as an industry that includes restaurants, hotels, casinos, amusement parks, events, cruises, entertainment, and other tourism-related services.

With a degree in tourism management, you rest assured that you are set and capable of fitting into any of the 5 jobs that I will be sharing with you today right here.

Aside from jobs available to graduates with tourism management degrees, there are also jobs for people with diplomas in tourism management. Here is an article to let you know about these jobs; List of 5 Best Diploma In Tourism Management Jobs That Pay Well

What jobs can I get with a tourism management degree?

Here’s the multi-million question that I seek to provide some answers to and hope that the jobs I list in this article will go a long way to help you realize your potential.

The 5 best jobs that are available to graduates with tourism management degrees are;

  1. Job as travel agents
  2. Job as a travel consultant
  3. Job as an art collector
  4. Job as facilities manager
  5. Job as a travel promoter or ambassador

All the jobs mentioned above are jobs that fetch good pay for employees who land them successfully. To be honest, since the tourism sector is huge and not specifically restricted to a particular confined place, landing a job is quite a task.

However, there are a lot of informal jobs in this area that one can as well venture into even as a graduate with a degree in tourism management.

Some of these jobs are; vendors at tourist sites, becoming tour guides, drivers/chauffeurs, hotel attendants and waiters, receptionists, cooks, and many more

Kennedy Hatekah

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