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Are you thinking of becoming a hotel manager? Would you like to know what it takes to become an outstanding hotelier? Would you like to own your own chain of hotels someday? Are you worried about the prospects available in the hospitality industry? Would you like to manage a number of people in hotels and resort centres? Then you should spend more time on studying courses in Hotel management. The hotel and vacation industry is full of prospects with spaces for newcomers and will always be as people will consistently go on vacation, summer breaks, travel and attend conferences outside their places of residence. For many of these people, it is important that they get a place to stay when they get to such places. And except they have people to stay with, they often have to stay in hotels.

Hotel management involves taking care of guests, ensuring their comfort, making their stay an unforgettable one, and managing a group of people (if the establishment is big). A hotel manager supervises the activities and processes of all staff working with him. He makes sure that the hotel makes more profits than losses. He manages all publicity geared towards increasing the exposure of the hotel and makes sure that all the necessary machineries are fully functional and running smoothly for efficient operation.

Unlike in the past, hotels are increasingly becoming more sophisticated. More hotels are using databases to manage their clientele, and book rooms. Thus creating an avenue for the services increased specialisation in different fields. Unlike the past where computers weren't considered important and the services of computer experts weren't required, hotels are beginning to increasingly hire database managers and computer specialists. Bottom line, the demand for professionals in hotel management is high and the remuneration is competitive as most hotel managers earn between $30,000 and $90,000 a year.

To become a hotel management professional, you would need a diploma and bachelor degree in hotel management. Graduates of this course get the DHM and BHM on completion of their studies. This takes between 18 months and 36 months. Before students are given admission into schools they have to write an admissions test -oral and written- and interviews. Interested individuals may also take up certificate courses in hotel management to boost their CV. If after the Bachelor degree, you feel like proceeding for further education, you can apply for a postgraduate diploma or masters in hotel management offered by the many institutions available.

Hotel management professionals have a lot of opportunity as they can secure jobs in different restaurants, hotels and resort centers in any part of the world. Mostly, those who opt for the postgraduate programs can become lecturers or consultants in the field. Besides working in the hospitality sector, hotel managers can work in hospital canteens overseeing the staff and managing the establishments for profit. Hotel managers, who are entrepreneurial in nature, can set up their own establishments and become self employed.

In conclusion, the hotel management career is both dynamic and versatile. There are no limitations whatsoever in the field and practitioners stand to benefit a lot.

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