Describe the existing age gap within the travel industry, why it is important to address the generational divide in order to sustain the industry, as well as how you would work to close those gaps, when it comes to travel professionals and clients of all ages.
While age may be little more than a number, the importance of connecting generational dots within the travel industry is immeasurable. Starting at the core, it is worth exploring perspectives of working travel professionals and the generational divide existing among those who are experienced, those new to the industry, and everything in between, so we can work toward bridging gaps. It is just as necessary to consider age gaps from a client perspective and to be aware of what separates travelers when it comes to preferences, booking style, and overall travel personality, in order to better sell to the needs of all ages. Overall, the solution lies in the establishment, maintenance, and sustainability of mutual respect, reciprocated regardless of one’s age, travel experience, and length of time in the industry. All things considered, we must seek to understand and navigate such a shifting yet consistent divide. Heeding the following recommendations for minding in order to continue bridging those gaps, by way of respecting the history of the profession while still keeping up with the times, is needed. For the sake of survival in an ever-changing world, it appears the future of the travel industry may ultimately depend on it.
Define toxic masculinity and describe the importance of including it within conversations about feminism.
Feminism is just as important for men as it is for women. The ways in which young boys are raised to resist crying, to "be a man," expected to be "strong," and to express emotion less than young girls are a recipe for toxic masculinity. The problem with not allowing young boys to express emotion, is that they may grow up to be violent, fail to see and treat women as equals, and many side effects manifesting well into adulthood. Discussing toxic masculinity within the context of feminism is important, because we cannot expect equality without learning how to equally treat young boys and girls as we raise them. If we can expect young men not to rape, it is important to treat boys it is important to respect girls, from a young age. Teaching teenage boys not to become rapists is just as important as teaching young girls to respect themselves and know they are strong. In order to achieve equality among all genders, we must start with how we raise children in society, and toxic masculinity is one of the biggest issues we must continue to address.
When it comes to ensuring effective communication, whether through writing, speaking, or otherwise, proper grammar is vital. Write a paragraph reflecting your understanding of the differences between there/their/they're, then/than, and its/it's.
Soraya loves going to the bookstore when *there are few people in *its aisles. She would rather wander freely throughout the store searching for *their best books *than elbow through crowds of people. For Soraya, *it's about perusing the store for her favorite subjects, *then sitting in solitude with a cup of coffee and her new books. They're a source of happiness for her, fueling both her imagination and education.