If you’re a housekeeping supervisor who’s struggling to make ends meet, don’t worry — the job market is better than you think.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has released a report that shows job openings in the hospitality industry are on the rise, and the pay is even better than it used to be.
And the trend is expected to continue as more companies take advantage of the growing demand for housekeeping.
In 2016, the hospitality sector added 10.2 million jobs, the highest level in five years, according to BLS data.
That’s up from 8.2 percent in 2015.
The industry added 1.7 million in the first six months of this year, a big jump over the previous year, when it added 1 million.
The average wage rose 0.8 percent to $47,972 in 2016, according with the BLS.
It has since dropped, but has risen as fast as the rest of the economy.
Housekeeping jobs are now more plentiful than ever, especially in New York and other big cities.
But the good news is the jobs are more likely to be at smaller hotels, such as those in small towns, rather than the luxury hotels of the Northeast or California.
The BLS says the average salary for a housekeeper in a small hotel is $43,000.
The BLS has data showing that there are more openings in 2017 than ever before.
In fact, the agency expects that the hospitality profession will grow by 10.4 percent, according the Bureau of Labour Statistics.
This is an increase of nearly 7.5 million jobs since 2016, and more than 8 million more than in the previous 10 years.
But that’s a lot of openings.
The median salary for this job is now $42,500, a rise of almost 8 percent.
For comparison, the median salary in 2016 was $35,400.
The number of job openings is also rising fast.
According to BLL data, there were nearly 1.1 million hospitality jobs in March, the most recent data available.
The total number of openings is now 1.8 million, or a 2.3 percent increase over March.
The number of vacancies has fallen by about 20,000 in the past year.
And the BLEC report doesn’t count the jobs that are created through training or through retraining.
But in New Jersey, where I live, I’ve seen a lot more training.
This year, the BLES has about 300,000 new job openings that require a bachelor’s degree or higher.
The jobs are all in hospitality management, not hospitality, which is a career that was once primarily focused on hotels and restaurants.
But a lot have opened up for people who work in hospitality.
And, like with any job, there’s a waiting list.
According the Belsys, only about 2.5 percent of hospitality vacancies are filled in a year, but that number is rising as employers seek candidates who have already been through training.
That means there are many openings for people looking for the same job in a given year.
For example, in 2017, there are almost 200 openings for housekeepers, including about 50 for women.
For those women, the average pay is $36,400, a jump of about 6 percent.
And, of those women who have completed their training, more than 60 percent are still in their career.
And there’s also a new trend in the industry.
The hiring boom is helping to push the average annual salary in hospitality to the $70,000 range.
But, the Bureau’s data shows that the average wage for a person who has completed a bachelor of science degree or more in hospitality is $75,600.