Culinary Arts Programs
More than 15 related businesses—including hotels, cruise lines, airlines, country clubs and tour operators—make up the culinary arts and tourism industry, which is the second or third largest employer in 29 states. In addition to having a passion for serving others, managers in the culinary arts and tourism industry must be self-disciplined, and able to multitask, delegate, write well, use computers, work in a diverse group and motivate others. It also helps to be flexible because no two days are ever the same.
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