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What are good jobs to have prior to trying to become a flight attendant?

I am only 17 right now, but I would like to become a flight attendant in a few years. I just recently got a job (food/customer service) I was wondering if that is good to start off or if I need something better? Would volunteering also be good?

Asked By: - 8/11/2012
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As a flight attendant you will be the airline's representative that spends the most time with the airline's customers. The more customer service experience you have, the better... More
Answered By: Sebastian - 8/12/2012
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Hey, my nan's sister was called Tooty, Aunt Toot we called her, she absolutely loved watching sport on tv, shame she missed these Olympics, being an Eastender she would have been so proud God rest her soul... More
Answered By: cashcashjonny - 8/11/2012
 
I've tried to become a flight attendant a few times but never got past the group interview. Most airlines are looking for people with customer service skills which can cover just about any job that you serve customers. Particularly for the flight attendant job, being fluent in multiple languages is a big plus and may... More
Answered By: Evildoer - 8/11/2012
 
Knowledge of Travel & Tourism is needed and you need to fully understand customer service (having a certificate to show this will help... More
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Answered By: Miss Wells - 8/11/2012
 
Yes, that sounds like a good job until you are at least living independently. I recommend, to have the highest chance of being selected, that you become fluent in a foreign language (other than Spanish. Try German, French, Mandarin, Japanese, or Arabic), get a university degree in customer service or nursing, and then... More
Answered By: Gdude211 - 8/12/2012
 
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