New survey reassesses job skills and training needed in post-pandemic visitor industry.
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|New survey reassess job skills and training needed in post-pandemic visitor industry
A Travel Industry and Management professor at UH Mānoa thinks that the survey will help better match prospective candidates with the industry. He says one reason why people are quitting their jobs is because of their relationship with their superiors. KHON2.
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