Jan 01, 2015
Hotel Sales can be rewarding and fun. It's a receptive sale where customers want to hear about your hotel or resort.
Dec 26, 2014
An average hotel manager earns approximately $98,760, but with bonuses, profit sharing and special compensation, that number can increase to $100-130 thousand or more per year. Salaries will vary tremendously based on the hotel size and location.
May 27, 2014
Hotel sales is a career that most people don't think about. The truth is, there are six figure salaries and great career growth in hotel sales. Each hotel hires 1-10 or more sales professionals and there are plenty of jobs available.
Feb 15, 2014
Want a sales job that earns $85K to $125K or more? Try a hotel Director of Sales job for a hotel chain. You can start entry level as a sales manager at $40K to 60K and work your way up to the Director position within approximately 3-7 years.
Nov 30, 2013
The hotel business allows individuals to start their careers at the bottom and advance to the lucrative General Manager or Director of Sales Positions. Very few careers offer such rapid advancement opportunities as the hotel business.
Nov 28, 2013
The hospitality business is one of the few careers that give people the chance to advance from entry level positions to the high paid positions of Director of Sales or General Manager. Do you need a certificate to obtain these lucrative positions?
Aug 03, 2013
Catering Manager Positions in the hotel business are lots of fun and earn good money. You meet lots of people and there are many advancement opportunities. This is my typical day.
Mar 29, 2013
Most people think about computers, dentists, health care, and other traditional jobs when looking for a new career.
Feb 23, 2013
Hospitality Sales Certificates can help you land a job as a hotel sales or catering manager and earn 40-60 thousand plus bonus. These entry level jobs can lead to positions that pya $100 to $200 thousand or more per year.
Dec 23, 2012
You don't need a college degree to be successful in the hospitality business. Hands on experience is the key to success. 90% of current General Mangagers started at line level positions such as the front desk, bellmen, sales......