Far-Reaching Industry Editorial � Summer 2006

Roberts, Chris; Shea, Linda
May 2006
Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education;2006, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p4
Academic Journal
The article presents the author's reflections on the development of the different aspects of hospitality industry. Eating in the restaurant, watching television, and walking down the streets are some of activities which affects the aspects of hospitality industries. Graduates of hospitality and tourism programs conduct decisions that indicate the performance of those educate them. Encouragement for the undertaking studies that measures the performance of the graduates and quality of education are considered for the improvement of the industry.


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