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As most hospitality industry managers in the U.S. are already aware, there is a growing and persistent shortage of labor available for service-sector, non-career jobs, the very jobs so vital to the industry. In most cases, recruitment efforts for these jobs are targeted toward younger workers, those under age 25. The authors explore issues regarding the attractiveness of non-career jobs in the eyes of young persons and suggest that, in addition to factors related to the job itself (pay, hours, type of work), the type of procedures used by employers to make selection decisions are equally influential. Recommendations are made concerning how hospitality employers with non-career positions to fill can maximize the chances of successfully staffing their organizations.
Fulford, Mark D. and Wagner, Richard J.
"Making Non-Career Jobs Attractive to Younger Workers,"
Hospitality Review: Vol. 12
, Article 7.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/hospitalityreview/vol12/iss2/7