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STDY 80: Studying & Learning Final Projects: Research Paper SAMPLE RESEARCH PAPER (A) “An Overview of the Hospitality and Restaurant Management Profession” December 12, 2006 By: John Doe STDY 80: Studying & Learning Prof: Kathleen E. High, M.Ed. Mt San Antonio College Hospitality & Restaurant Management Doe: i Thesis Statement: A person who wants to become a professional in the Hospitality and Restaurant Management field should consider gaining both experience and an educational degree in order to enjoy a successful career. Purpose: To help the author understand what it will take to become a professional in the HRM field. Audience: Professor Outline: I. Introduction: The HRM profession is multi-faceted a. An Educational Degree …show more content…
Conclusion – I will keep researching the field i. Audit some more classes at Mt. SAC. ii. Spend more time speaking with professors or counselors iii. Find out if the majors offered are suitable for me. iv. Figure out what would happen if enrolled in the program; where to go from here! Hospitality & Restaurant Management Doe: 1 The HRM profession is multi-faceted because of the nature of the hospitality and restaurant industry. Because it is the single largest employer in the United States outside of the government (Restaurant.org), the industry crosses all demographics and populations and offers a great deal of opportunities. The profession entails anything from menu planning to working out the next marketing plan to make the establishment appealing. A person could enter the field through different ways, by acquiring an educational degree or by gaining experience as a restaurant or hotel worker and working his or her way up. Combining both elements of education and experience may be the best approach. A person who wants to become a professional in the HRM field should consider gaining both experience and an educational degree in order to enjoy a successful career. As a starting point, I contacted Dr. Al-Malood (personal communication, December 1, 2006), Professor and Area Coordinator in the Hospitality Management program here at Mt SAC. I wanted to find out what in his opinion, is the difference in having and not having an education in this

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