Guidelines for Potential Development of Human Resources in Tourism Industry of Student, Graduate, Academic and Entrepreneur

  • Watcharawit Wiyaporn Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep
Keywords: Guidelines Potential, Human Resources, Tourism

Abstract

This research is to study about guidelines for potential development of human resources in tourism industry of the student, graduate, academic and entrepreneur. This study aims to finding guidelines for potential development of human resources in tourism industry and using mixed method both quantitative and qualitative method. The 441 samples in this survey research are students, academic of Tourism Department and the entrepreneur of tourism where students have been trained professional experience. The tools descriptive in this study were questionnaires. We used analyzed data from the questionnaires by using descriptive statistics method to find mean frequency percentage and standard deviation. The result found that the most of samples agree with the tourism students should be improving on all part of potential especially in morality and ethical such as sacrifice, modesty, punctually, palitelty and code of conduct on career. The knowledge such as tourism situation and general knowledge. The intelligence skills such as analytical ability, interpersonal relationship and respondsibility especially on work accountability, teamwork, numerical analysis and communication technology. Therefore the resulted of this research suggestion for potential development of human resources in tourism industry such as cultivate the sacrifices, modesty, punctually and code of conduct career should be promote to gain general knowledge, training professional experience, development skill on analysis processing, apply other innovations and support the respondsibility and teamwork including improved language and information technology.

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Published
2019-12-02
How to Cite
Wiyaporn, W. (2019). Guidelines for Potential Development of Human Resources in Tourism Industry of Student, Graduate, Academic and Entrepreneur. RMUTI JOURNAL Humanities and Social Sciences, 7(1), 30-44. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RMUTI_SS/article/view/201470
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Research Articles