Labor Market Study for the Tourism Sector | 2023
Even though 85% of workers in the tourism sector feel enthusiastic about their work, especially because it is a “very eclectic” profession that “deals with people and cultures”, salaries and the lack of flexible working hours continue to be challenges for the sector. This is the conclusion of the “Study on the Tourism Labor Market” released in January 2023 by the University of Aveiro.
The study was based on nearly 5,000 surveys of tourism workers and students, with the central aim of analyzing, evaluating and forecasting the job market in the tourism sector and its subsectors.
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