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9. Prolonged Travel Restrictions Put Over 197 Million Travel & Tourism Jobs at Risk
According to new research from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), more than 197 million jobs could be lost in the global travel and tourism sector if barriers to global travel, such as blanket anti-travel advisories and quarantine measures remain in place.
10. COVID19: 75 Million Travel and Tourism Jobs at Immediate Risk
Asia-Pacific is expected to be most heavily impacted with up to 49 million jobs at risk throughout the region, representing a loss of nearly US$800 billion to travel and tourism GDP.
11. New Figures from WTTC Reveal 174 Million People Could Lose Jobs
New figures from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) reveal that despite a slight improvement since June, a staggering 174 million jobs could be lost in 2020 if barriers to global travel remain in place.
12. Australia's Best Jobs in the World Competition Enters Second Round
150 people from 34 countries have made it through to the next stage of Tourism Australia's 'Best Jobs in the World' competition, with successful candidates submitting video entries from as far afield as Afghanistan, China, Kazakhstan, Korea, Latvia and Mexico.
13. Over 1,300 tourism-related jobs on offer and new Place-and-Train programme launched in Singapore
Over 1,300 tourism-related jobs on offer and new Place-and-Train programme launched in Singapore.
14. WTTC: Nearly Three Million Travel & Tourism Jobs in UK at Risk
According to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), nearly three million jobs in the travel and tourism sector in the UK, and 197 million globally, look set to be lost due to the impact that the ongoing COVID19 pandemic is having on travel.
15. Best Jobs in the World Finalists Arrive in Australia
After a tough contest involving more than 600,000 applications worldwide, the 18 finalists in the running for Tourism Australia's Best Jobs in the World have finally arrived in Australia to complete their applications. The contestants will enjoy some of Sydneys most popular sights and attractions before embarking on a series of challenges across Australia to decide who takes up
16. Tourism Australia Names Winners of Best Jobs in the World Competition
Tourism Australia's Best Jobs in the World competition drew to a finale in Sydney on Friday (21 June) with six dream job offers made to: Chief Funster (New South Wales): Andrew Smith (USA), Lifestyle Photographer (Melbourne, Victoria): Roberto Seba (Brazil), Outback Adventurer (Northern Territory): Allan Dixon (Ireland), Park Ranger (Queensland): Elisa Detrez (France), Taste Mast

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