Find Exciting Tourism Jobs in Cape Town
Cape Town has won awards for being one of the best tourist destinations to visit in the world. The vibrant city entices visitors with its spectacular beaches and magnificent mountains. Tourists can stay in luxurious hotels and there are cheaper guesthouses for guests who are on a budget. Tours of the surrounding wine farms have become a renowned attraction. The city appeals to a wide demographic and its popularity creates plenty of jobs in Cape Town.
According to Traveller24 “Cape Town aims to attract 1.9 million visitors in 2016.” Also mentioned by Traveller24 are the influential events that are hosted in the city. Noteworthy events include the World Travel Market Africa, the Fringe Festival and the Lion of Africa. These events attract thousands of visitors to the city and create local tourism jobs in Cape Town. During colder months, when the beach is not an attraction, exciting winter events and activities entice guests to the city. Prestigious sporting competitions, such as the ITU Marathon, have also attracted international attention.
Cape Town’s booming tourism sector offers exciting job opportunities. With the growth in the tourism industry, it is a good time to find employment in this sector. As December holidays are approaching and visitors flock to Cape Town, there are an abundance of vacancies available. The high demand for staff members offers the perfect opportunity for graduates to gain experience and launch their careers.
The first step to getting hired is to ensure that you have the relevant experience and qualifications. There are a variety of positions to choose from and completing a Tourism Management course through Unisa will qualify you for a wide range of jobs. Options include Airline Ground Crew, Car Rental Agent, Foreign Estate Agent, Travel Consultant or Cruise Consultant. Recent graduates can gain experience in the industry by applying for Junior Tourism Management positions.
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