You flunk out of Hospitality School, and end up managing the Stay and Stain Motel on Highway 71, spending your days scraping various substances off the ceilings. Things get so bad you start stealing towels from your guests.
You work at a small hotel someplace most folks don’t really want to visit anyway. You get by, but your duties include tightening the bolts on the lamps and emptying quarters from the vibrating bed machines.
You have been in the business for a decade, and have slowly gained the respect of your staff and clients. The hotel you run has a three-star rating online, and you are OK with having your mom stay there when she comes to town.
You graduated at the head of the class and now manage a swanky resort catering to VIP’s and movie stars.
You run the largest chain of luxury hotels in the nation, and when you travel, you are the VIP that Hotel Managers cater to.