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1. Fancy One of the Best Jobs in the World? Australia Launches New Recruitment Drive
Fancy One of the Best Jobs in the World? Australia Launches New Recruitment Drive. Tourism Australia is taking the Best Jobs concept to an entirely new level this year (2013), with six dream jobs now up for grabs. The campaign targets applicants between 18 and 30 years of age and will focus primarily on international markets eligible for Australia's Working Holiday Visas. These mar
2. WTTC Looking Forward to a Strong Summer of Travel
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has said that more than 100 million jobs could return to the global travel and tourism sector in 2021. Last year, during the height of the pandemic, WTTC warned that 174 million global travel and tourism jobs were at risk. However, in its latest analysis, WTTCs most optimistic scenario predicts as many as 111 million jobs could be revived
3. IHG to Create 3,000 UK Jobs; Launch Training Academy in London
InterContinental Hotels Group is creating nearly 3,000 new jobs across its 275 UK hotels over the next three years, including over 1,100 new jobs this year. IHG has also launched its newest Hospitality Training Academy in London. The announcement was welcomed by the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who attended the launch of the IHG Academy programme at the soon to open Holiday In
4. 18 Finalists Enter Next Stage of Australias Best Jobs Competition
The 18 finalists for Tourism Australias Best Jobs in the World three for each of the six dream jobs have been chosen and will travel Down Under next month to spend a week undergoing the final stage of the global competition. The lucky candidates from twelve countries will face challenges set by the states and territories, including creating content for inspiring tourism vide
5. 'Open Skies' Generate Jobs and Wealth
'Open Skies' Generate Jobs and Wealth. Liberalised air service agreements (open sky policies) generate multiple economic benefits, including more jobs, more travel and tourism and more opportunities for consumers and carriers, according to a new global study released today by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) and 11 industry groups.
6. Air New Zealand to Cut 200 Full Time Jobs
Air New Zealand to Cut 200 Full Time Jobs. Air New Zealand has confirmed that it is to lay off up to 200 full-time staff. The jobs affected are long haul cabin crew, recruitment, airline operations and technical operations planning and management. Air New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Rob Fyfe said the airline has been reducing capacity to match customer demand over the past few
7. Starwood Hotels & Resorts launches
Starwood Hotels & Resorts launches Starwood Hotels & Resorts is now offering potential candidates looking for careers with the group a one-stop resource: The new website allows candidates to tailor their job search according to their requirements - geographical location, brand preferences, etc. The newly launched site also offers potential candidates a
8. Boeing Unit to Cut Around 4,500 Jobs in 2009
Boeing Commercial Airplanes to Cut Around 4,500 Jobs in 2009. Boeing is to cut approximately 4,500 jobs from its Commercial Airplanes business unit in 2009 as part of an effort to ensure competitiveness and control costs in the face of a weakening global economy. The reduction will bring Boeing Commercial Airplanes' employment to approximately 63,500, similar to the level it was at

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