David Harrison of La Verne, Calif., starts his new job next month after graduating in June from the Collins School of Hospitality at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Harrison, however, won’t be heading to a resort or running a restaurant. He’s traveling to Uganda for a 27-month tour with the Peace Corps. Given the challenging employment market, hospitality graduates such as Harrison are having to consider very different alternatives to traditional restaurant or ...
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