It is the fact that when the world go on vacation, hospitality go to work. I started my first job in hospitality as a Front Desk Agent. I was an agent for 2 months and I took an opportunity with Motel 6 as a Relief Manager and worked about a year. I received an invitation from my former employer to join as an Assistant General Manager and knowing that company's good reputation, I jumped right on.
I was AGM for 7 months and I was promoted to General Manager of another hotel in the company. I knew, <span style="color: rgb(67, 58, 83); background-color: transparent;">I am recognized for my hard and smart work in that short period of time.</span>It wasn't if I would be promoted, it was when?
This did not completely eliminated weekend work but definitely put me in a position, where I can have the schedules that will fit my personal needs.
I must admit when it comes to raising children, I will thank my wife and our 25 years of commitment together.
See keeping stability at home helps ease up work and we all grow feeling socially secured and don't have to rely on social security.
Thinking of just some job titles in hospitality industry that does not (mostly) require working weekends, here are a few.
Sales & Marketing Manager or Director
Quality Assurance Personnel
Part Time Employees (May be able to create pre-hire condition)
Accounting & Finance
and many others that may not be titled exactly as above.
I encourage you to find your niche and explore options. Please bear in mind it is impervious to gather experience in weekend work before your employer will trust you with bigger responsibilities.
It is always best to discuss with the family and have plan. It is also very important to be in same employment for a reasonably longer period of time.