There are many different hotel jobs in Ireland you could be looking for. Depending on your preference and prior experience, you can choose from chef or F&B to accommodation, front office, sales etc. Since every hotel is an organism for itself, it caters to different personalities and preferences when it comes to jobs. Not to mention, it offers great chance for mobility both within the hotel and within the industry. Furthermore, most hotels provide their employees with additional training programs so you never know where you might end up.
Rural vs urban
Both rural and urban hotels have their advantages and downsides. For example, if you’re looking to find accommodation along with a job, there’s higher possibility an employer whose hotel is in a rural setting will be able to provide it. Even if you’re not looking for sourced accommodation, rent prices tend to be cheaper in smaller towns or rural setting. On the other hand, you are a bit cut off from the rest of the world. Of course, that’s not always a bad thing. City hotels on the other hand are a bit busier. The hotel guest profile is also different and so is the setting. There’s more to do and places to visit. However, rent prices are higher and so is the living cost.
As we said there are pros and cons to both and it is entirely up to you to decide which works for you. However, do weigh the pro and cons and think long-term. If there are two key differences between rural and urban, those are the following two. Hotel jobs are paid more in larger cities and there is definitely more to chose from when it comes to jobs if you’re living in a city such as Dublin, Cork or Limerick.
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