This study has examined a range of employment choice responses associated with tourism promotion company work among a sample of potential employees within an Australian tourism community. The study also investigated the relationships between a range of study habits, educational perspectives and also levels of the Work Ethic in so far as they might predict various tourism promotion company employment responses. It has been found that this tourism/hospitality work context is generally regarded as highly desirable among these secondary college graduands. Higher levels of the Work Ethic were found to be predictive of an interest in this employment domain. Moreover the study habits associated with both effort and understanding were found to be associated with tourism promotion company employment. The implications of these findings for both prospective staff and also tourism industry employees are examined.
Ross, Glenn F.
"Tourism Promotion Company Employment Attractiveness and the Work Ethic,"
Visions in Leisure and Business: Vol. 15
, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/visions/vol15/iss3/5