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Tourism industry career prospects and the business environment: Evidence from Canada and Macau
Tung,Vincent Wing Sun1; Tang,Mei Fung Candy2; King,Brian Edward Melville1
2018-07-01
Source PublicationInternational Journal of Tourism Research
ISSN15221970 10992340
Volume20Issue:4Pages:518-525
AbstractPrevious researchers have undertaken detailed examinations of the factors impacting on aspirant perceptions of tourism and hospitality careers. This paper moves beyond personal and internal dimensions to explore business conditions in the cities where hospitality and tourism students are studying or where recent graduates are making their careers. By examining the prevalent business environments in cities in both North America (Calgary) and in Asia (Macau), the researchers show how such settings influence the perceptions of hospitality and tourism aspirants towards their industry futures, including peer influence.
Keywordbusiness environment, careers employment gaming hospitality labour market
DOI10.1002/jtr.2201
URLView the original
Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorKing,Brian Edward Melville
Affiliation1.School of Hotel and Tourism Management,The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,,Kowloon,Hong Kong
2.Faculty of Business Administration,University of Macau,,Taipa,Macao
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Tung,Vincent Wing Sun,Tang,Mei Fung Candy,King,Brian Edward Melville. Tourism industry career prospects and the business environment: Evidence from Canada and Macau[J]. International Journal of Tourism Research,2018,20(4):518-525.
APA Tung,Vincent Wing Sun,Tang,Mei Fung Candy,&King,Brian Edward Melville.(2018).Tourism industry career prospects and the business environment: Evidence from Canada and Macau.International Journal of Tourism Research,20(4),518-525.
MLA Tung,Vincent Wing Sun,et al."Tourism industry career prospects and the business environment: Evidence from Canada and Macau".International Journal of Tourism Research 20.4(2018):518-525.
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