Hospitality Industry updated Salary expectation for an experienced professional.

  • Casino General Manager - $211,167
    • Experience Level: 12+ years
    • Education: Bachelor's degree recommended but not required
    • A Casino General Manager must be familiar with the different concepts, practices, and procedures of the field. They rely on their experience and judgement to plan and accomplish goals.
  • Regional Chef - $123,201
    • Experience Level:10+ years of experience
    • Education: Culinary degree required
    • A Regional Chef plans and creates new menu items. They train unit chefs in meal preparation, portion size, and nutrition.
  • Hotel General Manager - $102,848
    • Experience Level: 7+ years
    • Education: Bachelor's degree recommended but not required
    • A Hotel Manager is in charge of all aspects of the hotel property and oversees maintenance and appearances. They monitor operating costs, budgets, and forecasts.
  • Food and Beverage Director - $90,429
    • Experience Level :8+ years
    • Education: Bachelor's degree recommended but not required
    • A Food and Beverage Director is responsible for all aspects of the organizations food and beverage panning and service.
  • Restaurant Regional Manager - $88,433
    • Experience Level: 7+ years
    • Education: Bachelor's degree required in area of specialty
    • A Restaurant Regional Manager is responsible for overall operations of certain restaurants in a specific geographic region. They recruit and train managers.
  • Director Of Housekeeping - $83,048
    • Experience Level: 7+ years
    • Education: High School diploma or equivalent
    • The Head of Housekeeping is in charge of coordinating the daily operations of housekeeping services and makes sure the specific areas are kept clean.
  • Meeting/Event Manager - $75,097
    • Experience Level: 5+ years
    • Education: Bachelor's degree recommended but not required
    • An Event or Meeting Manager is in charge of the strategy and planning for meetings or special events for an organization.

The salaries in the Hospitality industry are dependent on population and employment, expendable income, education level, and tourism. These numbers are general, based on national averages. When considering whether to attempt to secure a job in the highest pay grade it is important to have a professional recruiter or headhunter assess your skill base, education, and help determine what you have to offer the hospitality company.