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Glimpse at Hotel Industry in Jeddah and Rising Jobs Prospects

Jeddah being the second largest city of Saudi Arabia stands as the major urban center and commercial hub which enthralls aspirants from different corners of the world. Amid several professions and businesses touching the skyline of Jeddah, hotel industry is another prominent sector that comes as an enticing piece of cake for the jobs aspirants.

Despite engineering, healthcare and port trade drawing attention of various professional aspirants and experience holders, the hotel industry makes its space to evolve as one of the steadily growing sector and unfolds numerous job opportunities to the applicants.

For those contenders who are looking for high paying jobs in Jeddah then hotel industry here welcomes all.

Industry Overview

The market in Jeddah flourishes due to several good reasons. Primarily the city is the commercial hub of Saudi Arabia. The boost in its trade activities secures good market for hotel sector as each year large number of professionals visit the city in order to settle their business deals. Secondary, Jeddah is the gateway to Mecca and Meddina, two important holy places for Muslims, which they are expected to visit once in their lifetime. Most of the pilgrimages prefer staying by at Jeddah that boost the hotels and restaurant market. Thirdly is the beauty of the pace which lures the travelers from different parts, bringing in huge capital inflow and taking the hotel market to new heights.

Job opportunities

For the professionals willing to settle for a job in hotel industry have several opportunities to explore. The market grows steadily and to upkeep the development, there has been constant demand of the professionals who can smartly serve the industry and can meet the profusely growing needs.

Hotel industry sources reveal that the performance of the industry has improved drastically over the years. As compared to 2008, the sector has witnessed high demand from foreign players. Besides this the improved micro-economic situations have further alleviated the job scenario and new prospects largely grow.

The government too plays a very important role who off lately gave visa relaxations that thrived the tourism and augmented the hotel industry panorama widely.

Key Skills Required

Job in hotel industry requires aspirant possess range of different skills and competencies:-

  1. Proficient in regional language and English
  2. Good with numbers
  3. Humble and polite behavior
  4. Team Player
  5. Professional Approach
  6. Appealing personality

Hotel industry is very vast, where one not only handles the domestic customers but also target the foreign players. Therefore a job aspirant need to groom him/her as per the changing scenario should be well-versed with the industry norms and reflect keen inclination towards the vocation. Professional degree in the department applied becomes important. Diplomas are also considered but with good industry experience.

Developing professional attributes is essential. Along with dedication towards customer service aspirants should be prepared to work for long hours as despite of fixed hours service there may be situations when professionals work for long hours under stressed environment.

Growth prospects

The profile of a hotel manager can be a rewarding career profile. The industry depicts that demand for experienced players is never decreasing because of the future increasing growth. Therefore those who wish to stay in the industry for long have bright prospects and lucrative offers.

With increasing number of prospects, several profiles have emerged where the professional can choose to work. The hotel industry gives boost to job market with large number of opportunities for the professionals from different disciplines:-

  1. Hotel manager
  2. Marketing and HR manager
  3. Food and Beverage manager
  4. Operation Manager
  5. Chief Chef

Compensations

Salary in hotel industry varies from hotel to hotel and the experience shared. Usually the salary offered to the hotel manager with 3-5 years of experience is AED 50,000- 60,000. Apart from this, the department professional works with and the roles and responsibilities shared also forms the standard yardstick. But at the start professionals can easily draw high five figure salary.

Several incentives and benefits are also available to the employees as in insurance, holidays and reimbursements.

Author Bio: Subhadra Bhadauria is dedicated writer for renowned job site naukrigulf.com and apprises aspirants about various jobs in Jeddah. The writer has done her masters in mass communication and engages herself in novel writings.

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