Workers needed at hotels and restaurants

Is your bank account in the single digits? Are you looking for a job? Or a career? Hospitality’s got some openings.

The Department of Labor reports a spike in jobs at hotels and restaurants, maybe because of their (prior) tendency to hire illegal immigrants and the (current) trend to shut that down.

In business, the amount of money pocketed after costs are subtracted is called the profit margin. In hotels and restaurants, the profit margin is tight because they get slammed from forever-rising rent and labor costs. Add to that, the tendency of hotel and restaurant employees to move to other jobs (summer employment makes for huge turnovers, for example) and one solution for finding workers has been to use “undocumented labor.”

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