Hospitality & Tourism Jobs

source: Texas Workforce Commission

Jobsort descending Typical Education Needed Salary Range
Baggage Porter & Bellhop Short-term on-the-job training $16,820 - $21,980
Chef & Head Cook Training that leads to an associate degree, certificate, or industry-recognized credential. NOTE: While many jobs provide on-the-job training, many employers prefer coursework or higher education training in that field prior to hiring. $25,760 - $55,230
Cook, Institution & Cafeteria Moderate-term on-the-job training $16,820 - $24,110
Cook, Short Order Short-term on-the-job training $16,720 - $20,230
First-line Supervisor of Food Preparation & Serving Workers Training that leads to an associate degree, certificate, or industry-recognized credential. NOTE: While many jobs provide on-the-job training, many employers prefer coursework or higher education training in that field prior to hiring. $20,110 - $37,050
First-line Supervisor of Housekeeping & Janitorial Workers Training that leads to an associate degree, certificate, or industry-recognized credential. NOTE: While many jobs provide on-the-job training, many employers prefer coursework or higher education training in that field prior to hiring. $21,620 - $38,590
First-line Supervisor of Personal Service Workers Training that leads to an associate degree, certificate, or industry-recognized credential. NOTE: While many jobs provide on-the-job training, many employers prefer coursework or higher education training in that field prior to hiring. $22,280 - $39,930
Food Preparation Worker Short-term on-the-job training $16,770 - $21,180
Food Server, Non-Restaurant Short-term on-the-job training $16,810 - $22,060
Food Service Manager Training that leads to an associate degree, certificate, or industry-recognized credential. NOTE: While many jobs provide on-the-job training, many employers prefer coursework or higher education training in that field prior to hiring. $35,080 - $62,280
Hotel, Motel, & Resort Desk Clerk Short-term on-the-job training $16,900 - $21,450
Lodging Manager Training that leads to an associate degree, certificate, or industry-recognized credential. NOTE: While many jobs provide on-the-job training, many employers prefer coursework or higher education training in that field prior to hiring. $33,390 - $64,600
Meeting, Convention, and Event Planner Bachelor's Degree $25,060 - $55,180
Recreation Worker Bachelor's $16,810 - $26,680
Reservation & Transportation Ticket Agent & Travel Clerk Short-term on-the-job training $20,700 - $41,230
Restaurant Cook Long-term on-the-job training $16,810 - $23,930