The near future of employment in business travel looks grim. The frontline lodging, dining or transportation worker, the corporate travel agent nearing retirement, the hotel salesperson 10 years into a dream job — they’re furloughed; they’re unemployed; they’re in limbo.
For many, there's no longer a good argument for holding out hope. They should grieve, then take action. Finding a job is a full-time job.
"My expectation for the next quarter and into the first quarter next year is that we . . .