There are no formal education requirements to pursue a career as a travel consultant, though many employers prefer candidates with an associate or bachelor’s degree in business administration, hospitality, travel planning, or a related field. On-the-job training is standard, but having customer service experience, preferably in a hospitality setting, increases your marketability. Additional qualifications include an interest in travel, communication skills, and attention to detail. Some travel consultants specialize in a specific area, such as business travel or family vacations.
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