The 10th annual Hotelier Middle East Salary Survey gave insight into pressing matters such as career growth opportunities, pay scales, employee satisfaction factors, VAT and more.
On the Hotelier Middle East Salary Survey, on a scale of one to 10, respondents rated an average of seven for job satisfaction. 30% of the survey’s respondents said they are actively seeking new opportunities within the market. TRI Consulting director Christopher Hewett says that based on the pipeline data from TopHotelProjects, hotels are expected to add 300,000 jobs in the region in just direct employment. 26% of respondents said they’re not looking for jobs, but would not mind changing jobs if the right opportunity came along. While 25% of respondents said they’re not particularly looking for jobs, but would move within the company if the right opportunity came along. 18%, however, expressed complete satisfaction in their current roles.
The respondents of the 2018 Hotelier Middle East Salary Survey have revealed which hotel operators they would like to work for the most.