Hospitality management crosses four lines of hotels, restaurants, tourism and travel. The leisure related business like spas are also covered under hospitality management. Hospitality also includes food service, travel and entertainment arrangements, and lodging accommodations.
The management positions of hospitality are handling administrative works, staffing and operational activities for the designated hotel or restaurant which provides hospitality. Food service managers in the restaurant or in the hotel are responsible for hiring the candidate, training, and supervision of workers in food and drink. Corporate world is the main client of the hospitality industry. Facilities food and service managers are responsible for all the work for supply and vendor management, record keeping, and for on site crisis resolution. In hotel and facilities the hospitality managers will manage hiring and supervising the workers. They also look after the front side of the activities of the hotel. They are also responsible for kitchen, house keeping, and dining areas. These managers are also responsible and they also spend time in planning sales and publicity and in developing events. For the consideration of hospitality management you have to complete the college program or a bachelor degree. You should be specialized in hospitality management and in culinary arts. You have to spend time for two to four years to finish this course. The candidate, who has the four-year degree in liberal arts, will be hired as assistant managers or as management trainee. In the United States there are 150 universities providing the hospitality management. Hotel and travel management are expected to provide more jobs to the people who are looking for hospitality management jobs. Even at the time of recession the hospitality industry has leisure, travel and accommodations market to serve people.