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Jobs Report: Poor employment in tourism threatens sustainability

A new study in tourism employment finds that many jobs are failing to provide dignity in employment. The tourism sector, which accounts for nearly ...

Source:phys.org


Posted: 2019-02-12 03:22:27

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