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Job Profile: Flight Attendants

Flight attendants are also commonly know as Air Stewards and are the quintessential customer service experts. These jobs require the patience of a saint and the personality of a politician. Generally, flight attendants are expected to have a high school education at the very least and it is more common than not for flight attendants to have spent some time in college.

This job offers a challenge for people interested in a good work/life balance as you spend much of the time away from home and you need to be very flexible, what with flight changes and delays.

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