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overcompensate in regard to downturns by laying-off (or not re-hiring) large numbers of persons the type of training that these persons receive is critical.19 Personnel need to be cross-trained in areas which have a low correlation with the accommodation and entertainment industry. In so doing, the magnitude of the structural unemployment that would emerge in a scenario of a downturn would be minimized.

19 During the 2001 downturn, the labour force for the sector declined by approximately 2,000 laborers. This is approximately 8.0 per cent of the labour force employed directly by the accommodation sector.

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