Lister, Laine
April 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;4/13/2007, Issue 44, p10
Trade Publication
The article offers information on employee happiness, perceived success of the relevant training program, and perceived career opportunities of travel agents in Australia. According to 95% of agents said they are happy with their career while Jetset Travelworld employs the most satisfied staff. 90% of agents at Flightcenter believe that the agency offers them the best career opportunities. Furthermore, more than 70% of agents said they received appropriate training.


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