Florida

Daytona, Florida hotel jobs remain open as summer tourism booms

DAYTONA BEACH — Jennifer Pickett was all smiles as she emerged from an interview at an open-house job fair this past week at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort.

Pickett, 45, who left her job as an assistant manager at a senior assisted living facility in Palm Coast in the wake of COVID-related stresses of 2020, was excited about the prospects of a hospitality career.

“I really think this whole area, Daytona Beach, is hopping again,” she said, following an interview that she hoped would lead to a job in reservations or customer service. “I think the Hilton

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New hotel opens near Northwest Florida International Beaches Airport

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport is setting sky-high records for passenger traffic. But in the past, all those travelers didn’t have a nearby place to stay during those long layovers and delays. Until now.

The St. Joe Company announced Thursday the grand opening of the Hilton Garden Inn by the airport.

The new hotel offers 143 guest rooms, as well as a meeting space, and pool. The Garden Grille And Bar will be available to those living and working in the community, as well as visitors and hotel guests. Outdoor patio and fireside seating are

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Florida Legal Professional General

Other than voluntary retirement, statute units a number of mandates for retirement. A general should retire after 40 years of service until they’re reappointed to serve longer. Otherwise all general officers should retire the month after their sixty fourth birthday. However, the Secretary of Defense can defer a general’s retirement until the officer’s 66th birthday and the President can defer it until the officer’s 68th birthday. To retire at 4-star grade, an officer must accumulate a minimum of three years of satisfactory active responsibility service in that grade, as certified by the Secretary of Defense. Extensions of the standard tour … Read More

Florida Legal Professional General

Other than voluntary retirement, statute units a number of mandates for retirement. A general should retire after 40 years of service until they’re reappointed to serve longer. Otherwise all general officers should retire the month after their sixty fourth birthday. However, the Secretary of Defense can defer a general’s retirement until the officer’s 66th birthday and the President can defer it until the officer’s 68th birthday. To retire at 4-star grade, an officer must accumulate a minimum of three years of satisfactory active responsibility service in that grade, as certified by the Secretary of Defense. Extensions of the standard tour … Read More