The core of hospitality is making customers feel well-served and looked after in a semi-domestic environment. Hospitality jobs are great for students and people looking to work part-time, as the majority of the work is shift-based and quite flexible. Those looking to make hospitality work their full-time career should enjoy working with closely with people and thrive in busy environments.
Best hospitality jobs
Barista – baristas work has changed hugely in the last ten years and is now seen as a trade. On top of coffee-making responsibilities, they are expected to have knowledge on bean preparation and the effects of humidity on their grinds.
Waitstaff – waiters’ professional attitudes and capacities change drastically from business to business. Café waiters will generally be much calmer and more intimate, while fine-dining waiters will generally be more aloof and focused on the diner’s experience.
Hotel staff – hotel jobs include occupations like room service, counter assistants, administrators, cooks and bag handlers. However, their roles are to make their customers’ stay as comfortable and stress free as possible. Hotel work is great for people looking to travel or who enjoy meeting new people every single day.