These jobs are often seasonal, causing under- employment or unemployment during off-seasons. Labor may be imported, rather than hired locally, especially if particular skills or expertise is required, or if local labor is unavailable. Some tourism-related businesses are volatile and high-risk ventures that are unsustainable. Greater demand for goods, services, land, and housing may increase prices that in turn will increase the cost of living. Tourism businesses may claim land that could have higher- value or other uses. Additionally, non-local owners and corporations may export profits out of the community. The country may have to generate funds to maintain roads and transportation systems that have become more heavily used. Similarly, if additional infrastructure (water,sewer, power, fuel, medical, etc.) is required, additional taxes may also be needed to pay for them.
Mr. Kreag is saying that in order to attract tourists the Jamaica government alongside the private sector must make sure that the country’s infrastructure is properly developed to allure tourists visit. This is termed as investment. The Jamaican economy needs the foreign currency to stabilize the Jamaican dollar. The tourism industry over the years is very profitable