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The tourism industry is worth more than £120 billion per year to the UK, so it’s big business. It relies upon a range of skillsets and people to keep it running and maintain high standards so that the UK remains to be a top tourist destination.
It’s an incredibly fast-paced industry and well-suited to those who enjoy customer-facing roles. Tourist experiences need to be special and memorable and you could be a part of making that happen.
The roles within tourism stretch far and wide. Attractions rely on maintenance workers, actors, security and customer services.
There are also opportunities to work abroad with tourism through positions on a cruise ship or a holiday resort.
It was recently revealed that despite the tourism workforce being 70% female, only 6% are board directors. In light on this, the ITT (Institute of Travel and Tourism) has launched the Women 1st initiative, which offers heavily discounted professional development programmes for women to help get them into management positions.