Personality Profiles of Hospitality Students: A Comparison of These Traits to Those Preferred by the Hospitality Industry

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One problem facing the hospitality industry today is turnover. Management turnover rates of 50 and 75 percent continue to plaque all segments of the industry. Personality type theory holds that people are happier in environments that are compatible with their personalities. This study examines 229 undergraduate students enrolled in hospitality education at the University of North Texas. The Myers Briggs Type Indicator was administered to these students to determine their predominant personality types, and to compare these types to those desired by hospitality industry professionals for success within the industry. Variables such as gender, work experience, and classification were also ... continued below

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Martin, Lynda (Lynda Jean) December 1991.

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One problem facing the hospitality industry today is turnover. Management turnover rates of 50 and 75 percent continue to plaque all segments of the industry. Personality type theory holds that people are happier in environments that are compatible with their personalities. This study examines 229 undergraduate students enrolled in hospitality education at the University of North Texas. The Myers Briggs Type Indicator was administered to these students to determine their predominant personality types, and to compare these types to those desired by hospitality industry professionals for success within the industry. Variables such as gender, work experience, and classification were also examined in comparison to student personality types.

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Martin, Lynda (Lynda Jean). Personality Profiles of Hospitality Students: A Comparison of These Traits to Those Preferred by the Hospitality Industry, thesis, December 1991; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc500681/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .