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Successful restaurant managers are leaders, peace-keepers, public relations experts and quality control specialists. It takes all of these skills to keep a restaurant profitable and running smoothly. Restaurant management jobs are fast-paced and varied—a perfect combination for individuals with business sense and boundless energy.
Hotel managers must draw upon their business training and people skills to run entire hotels, motels and resorts, or specific departments within these establishments. They set hotel policies, plan employee schedules, and determine budgets from the back office while making time to walk the public parts of the hotel, greet and talk to guests, inspect facility conditions and fill in at the front desk when short on staff.
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