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Sri Lanka cracks down on tourist visa abuse

Colombo - Sri Lanka's Immigration and Emigration Department says that over 600 foreigners have been deported this year for gaining employment in the country after arriving on tourist visas.

Airline employment in US lowest in 13 years

NEW YORK – Full flights? Get used to them. Stressed flight attendants and call centers in India? Get used to those, too.

Rwandair employs local engineers

Following the recent acquisition of two CRJ200 aircraft from Germany’s Lufthansa, which come with a spare part and maintenance support package, RwandAir has reportedly recruited 6 Rwandan aircraft e

Travel industry will add 90,000 jobs in America in 2010

The US Travel Association announced today that projected modest 2010 increases in leisure, business, and international inbound travel will enable the industry to add nearly 90,000 American jobs.

Tourism: an engine for employment creation and economic stimulus

The tourism industry continues to be amongst the most dynamic economic sectors, generating a wide range of benefits including a growing contribution to GDP, in some cases over 10 percent, and substant

Job.travel expands with additional featured employers

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (September 3 2008) - Job.travel, the premium employment site for the travel and hospitality industry, announced the addition of high-profile travel and hospitality companies to its

Middle East: Careers in tourism, lucrative or not?

As regional tourism and hospitality projects reach completion, employment levels in the sector show signs of strain form a chronic shortage of trained staff in the Middle East.

Tourism fuels Indian job growth

Employment in India's growing tourism industry is expected to hit 30.5 million this year, meaning the sector will comprise 6.4 per cent of the country's total employment, according to new data from the World Travel and Tourism Council.

Saudi Arabia wants tourism to be biggest employer, SPA says

Saudi Arabia wants tourism companies and hotels to become the largest employer of the kingdom's citizens, the Saudi Press Agency reported, citing the secretary- general of the Supreme Commission for Tourism.