Would working in a hotel not be a good job for a college student?

I think for a career I want to do either human resources or administration dept maybe even marketing anyways theres this sales job that works in the office and there assistants for taht dept i guess in the marriott hotel...would this would bea good job? I am in college I thinking of working also is QT(its a gas station) it offers good pay and pays for ur tuition(pretty good amount) what kind of job should i get?

Asked By: flipondizmission - 10/28/2006
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The job you hold while in college isn't your career -- just take the job that offers the best pay and the most flexible hours. Focus on your career *after* you get out of college. :-)
Answered By: I ♥ AUG - 10/28/2006
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Working in hotels is the best way to "break the ice" for people who want to work in jobs like you do You'll meet people, of different ages, sex, and races...You'll learn how to handle certain situation...It's a great experience, and I think you should go for it
Answered By: Abu Gabal - 10/28/2006
my son worked the 3 to 11pm shift at the marriott hotel in gwinnett co ga outside atlanta while he went to college. he loved it and they loved him. they are always happy to get intelligent hard working people that are furthering their education. they even wanted to keep him on within their system as he was further... More
Answered By: Cheryl E - 10/28/2006
absoutlutley this is the best job for you, my parents had a hotel and resturant for example, and they hired 16 to 21 year old kids to run the kitchen and a 4 story spanish stle hotel in the 70s, and one guy had experience for 3 summers as a cook, and then went to cooking school in England right after graduation and... More
Answered By: trudycaulfield - 10/28/2006
You can make serious bucks in the hospitality industry. The manager of a large hotel can knock down $100,000+ easy. The dark side is that they'll work you to death. Forget any family or social life you may have wished for. Expect 60 hour weeks and 7:00 AM calls on Saturday telling you that half the housekeepers didn't... More
Answered By: noils - 10/28/2006
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