Less than 11% of hotel management candidates are employable after college, according to the latest Aspiring Minds National Employability Report, Hotel Management Graduates – 2014. The report by the employability solutions company highlights that females are more employable as compared to male graduates.
“Our National Employability Report in its latest edition goes deep into the employability of hotel management graduates – their capability, qualifications and aspirations. Based on AMCAT Hospitality it covers all major job roles in the Hospitality Industry including Food Production, Food and Beverage, Front Desk and Housekeeping,” said Himanshu Aggarwal, Co-founder and CEO, Aspiring Minds.
The report surveyed around 4,000 final year hotel management students from more than 140 colleges across India. The findings said that only 4% to 11% of these graduates is employable, while other 12% to 21% candidates can be employed post training.
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