Panamanian Hotel Sector Needs 12k Employees
In the next three years, 12,000 qualified workers will be needed to cover demand created by new hotels.
Monday, August 9, 2010
There are currently 10 hotel construction projects underway and in the next 12 months another six are expected to begin.
The average occupancy of hotels in Panama during the first four months of 2012 was 62.6%, 6% lower than in the same months of 2011.
Although building permits for hotels fell slightly during 2012, development projects will add more than 1,300 rooms over the next two years.
On October 12 in Managua entrepreneurs will be meeting to discuss issues such as hotel operations, techniques for hotel marketing and use, and the advantages of new technologies.
The rate of annual growth of the sector has been estimated at 3%, and to date there are a total of more than one thousand hotels with 14 thousand rooms.
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