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Developing the Tourism Talent for Cambodia

Ly, Bora (2018): Developing the Tourism Talent for Cambodia.

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UNWTO predicts that by 2030, the number of international arrivals will only increase by 3% each year. That is, from the current 1.1 billion international visitors to 1.8 billion by 2030. This is IATA's forecast that air traffic will increase by 4% annually over the next two decades. WTTC stated that tourism and tourism (T&T) are part of the world’s largest economy, accounting for 9% of global GDP, 30% of exports, and 1 of 11 global jobs. If there is cross-examination, changes in volatility and uncertainty will occur. Policymakers' charges must be based on a strong future strategy to make room for tomorrow's story.

Tourism is very important. It is regarded as the fastest growing industry and contributes to the economic growth. This article examines Cambodian tourism and tourism talent management. It also shows the benefits of managing on-site talent and details the talent management processes used in tourism and tourism.

Focusing on how the tourism industry faces the challenge of obtaining talent and supporting professional development is a complex and necessary issue that has a major impact on the future of the industry. With the development and evolution of T&T, it will require new skills in new locations.

Companies need to develop appropriate plans to understand the skills requirements of domestic employees. This may be related to working with academic systems to solve skills and gaps in training, an attractive career path, and investments in the development of existing workforces.

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