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PRHTA invites candidates to explore thriving careers in Puerto Rico’s Tourism Industry

Clarisa Jimenez, President and CEO of PRHTA.

By The Star Staff

The President and CEO of Puerto Rico Hotel and Tourism Association (PRHTA), Clarisa Jimenez, called individuals interested in a tourism career in Puerto Rico to submit their resumes. PRHTA will connect aspiring talents with human resources offices among their members.

“Our vision at PRHTA is to continue to be a bridge between prospective employees and our partners, effectively expanding our talent bank and facilitating the referral process for each corresponding opportunity, leading to potential contracts,” Jiménez mentioned. “To facilitate this process, we have set up a dedicated email address,, where all interested candidates can submit their credentials. Our valued members have informed us about the diverse range of positions available, each offering highly competitive salaries and abundant opportunities for personal and professional growth,” she explained.

Contributing 7% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Puerto Rico and generating more than 80,000 direct and indirect jobs, the tourism industry remains a pivotal economic engine for the island.

“We are committed to accelerating the growth of this crucial sector, underscoring Puerto Rico as one of the most favorite destinations in the Caribbean,” she added. “I urge all individuals aspiring to be part of this captivating industry to seize this opportunity and share their resumes with us,” she concluded.

Representing an extensive network of over 400 corporate partners, PRHTA encompasses various businesses, including large, medium, and small hotels, casinos, restaurants, and allied members, such as airlines, transportation companies, attractions, villas, tour operators, as well as providers of goods and services to the hospitality industry.

Embrace the opportunity to shape the future of Puerto Rico’s tourism industry alongside PRHTA. To explore the exciting possibilities within the sector and submit your resume, please visit or email us at

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