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HRAWI forms special task force to address talent shortage in hospitality industry


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The post-pandemic time has brought to light the vulnerabilities of the hospitality industry and has led students and professionals to consider alternative career paths. Student enrolments in hospitality courses declined considerably between 2019 and 2022. The task force comprises of hospitality stalwarts, including heads of educational institutes of various IHMs, owners of hospitality establishments, industry veterans and members of the HRAWI.

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