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How to Get a Hotel Jobs in the UK

Do you dream about working alongside other dynamic professionals in the exciting field of hotel hospitality? Hotel work is perfect for those who enjoy working with the public, helping them make travel plans, reserve their accommodations and share with them the unique attractions and history in and about the region where you will be working. Working in the hotel industry means you will have the chance to meet a lot of new and interesting people from all over the world, from different cultures and lifestyles. So once you have decided that a career in the hotel industry is for you, here are some ideas on how you can get a hotel job in the UK:

It goes without saying that the market for jobs is tough in many different industries, including hotel careers. You can increase your chances of earning a job in a hotel by submitting your credentials and filling out applications to as many hotels as possible, from smaller family-owned bed and breakfasts, to larger hotel chains and franchises – put your best foot forward and apply like mad everywhere you can. Be sure to follow up after you’ve applied as persistence will pay off on your quest for the hotel job you desire. Remember, you can always seek a higher level job once you have more experience and people get to know you.

There are hundreds of jobs that become available everyday but go unadvertised, however if you are not out there asking around, how will you find out about them? Use all the job seeking tools you have to get you in front of the people who are doing the hiring by getting on all the job forums, social networking sites and employment firms to get the word out. You will probably have a much better time of finding a good hotel job this way than by waiting for someone to call you in response to a paper application.

< Consider Internships.> When you are looking for a hotel job if you are entry level or are trying to earn a spot at a larger hotel chain, you may want to think about applying for a paid internship. These are not as widely desired by job seekers, but you will get the same on-the-job training experience and often similar pay as a permanent job. And if you do well, at the end of the terms of your internship, you may be promoted to a better job within their organization than if you walked in off the street directly.

While you are waiting for the telephone to ring asking you to come in for an interview, why not practice what you are going to say at the interview by making a list of the most common questions and then rehearsing your responses? You can also pick out a sharp outfit to wear then. Being prepared on the day of the actual interview will give you a confident air that will most likely win you the job.

A career in the growing field of hotel hospitality is just what you need. By being smart about your job search and being prepared, you will have a job in no time.

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