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Hotel Managerment has usually been viewed as a single labor market which allows considerable movement between properties of different sizes and service levels. The authors question this assumption and support the hypothesis that general managers in one type of hotel will have spent a large majority of their careers in hotels of the same type.
Stalcup, Lawrence D.; Nebel III, Eddystone C.; and Ruff, Dustin
"Mobility of General Managers as Lodging Size, Service Vary,"
2, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/hospitalityreview/vol16/iss2/5