Im Young but Im at the right age to start thinking about a Job, Ive travelled to Turkey a few times not too many but Ive only been to 1 City and I haven't really gone on any other 'Holidays' anyway, Ive never been to sure on what jobs I would like to do until I went to Turkey and the first person we had met there was Emma, Our holiday Rep. She was lovely.. She was stood by the coaches where everybody had to go to to find which one took us to our accommodation, while on our coach she gave us a little bit of information about the place, the fact that you need to barter to get the prices down, the people who live in the country, activities to do and info about our accommodation, the next day we all had a meeting and she explained the same things; where to go to get phone cards, how to get into Bodrum (close city) etc. Im not sure what this job requires? and what you need to know, she lives in the UK but alot of the time shes in turkey, she dosen't know that much turkish only the few odd words..I just want to know what a job like this requires as its a job which i really could consider myself doing in a couple years time and enjoy. or an air hostess - this wasn't one of my faviourites i was mostly fond of the fact that you travel quite a few places in the world and sometimes get to stay there for a certain amount of time. im not that very fond of flying either so that wouldnt be one of my faviourites but it could be considered. - i dont really know anything about the pay for these jobs in 2010 etc. but i dont really worry about that or think about that i mostly focus on what requirments you need to have a job like a holiday rep and the things i would need to build up.. eg; self confidence.. build confidence in speaking aloud to give presentations or speak in meetings. .. u need to know about the history. culture etc? please help!?xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Asked By: *laurenanderson - 7/28/2010
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As an Air Hostess, you spend most of your time in the air. I think you have very short lay-overs, so it is very stressful. It is not like you work on a flight to Dubai, and the they pay you to stay there in a nice hotel for five days and go shopping. You'll be in cheap (possibly shared) accommodation somewhere near the... More
Answered By: subst99 - 7/28/2010
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