As per a Food Service Direct report, Utah is one of the worst states for hospitality workers. Two thousand hospitality employees from all 50 states were polled. The work environment, the employment market, and workers’ compensation and benefits were all topics of discussion. Food service, hotels, tourism, travel, and restaurants are all examples of hospitality occupations.
Utah was ranked 43rd out of 50 states, making it the seventh-worst state for hospitality employees. When the data was broken down, Utah was placed last in terms of employees believing they had a sufficient work-life balance, customers being polite, and overall job contentment.
Utah, on the other hand, ranked well in terms of employee corporate discounts, maternity leave, and employee retention. Overall, Utah’s hospitality professionals want greater assistance from their teams and bosses, warmer guests, and a better work-life balance.
The following are the top five states for hospitality jobs:
- North Carolina (NC)
- State of New Jersey
- South Carolina (SC)
The following are the five worst states to work in hospitality:
- State of New Mexico
- Rhode Island
- West Virginia (WV)