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Flight attendant hiring reached record levels in all four quarters of 2015. We expect this increase in flight attendant employment to continue through the end of 2016 however, competition for these jobs will be intense.

Recently, Delta received over 40,000 applications for 1,500 flight attendant openings, US Airways received 20,000 applications for 1,000 positions and Southwest received 10,000 applications for 750 vacancies posted on their website (in just two hours). After a long dry spell, United recently announced a large push to hire flight attendants due to a major European and Pacific route expansion in 2015.

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Who's Hiring Flight Attendants? - 11/28/16

10 Ways Becoming A Flight Attendant Changed My Life by Marsha Marks
Prior to becoming a Flight Attendant, I had a good job in middle management, with a large US Corporation, with lots of travel. But, I never relaxed when I traveled. Instead I had to attend meetings, and every minute of the day was scheduled.

A day in the life of a flight attendant by David Silverstein
A day on the job. For a flight attendant that could mean...a trip to Paris...or an emergency landing. It can be fun, an adventure, or both...but is it work? I've found that working for a major airline this past year has been one of the hardest jobs I have ever had, and yet one of the most enjoyable.

Caution: celebrity onboard! by Stephanie Shaw
There are many rewarding aspects to being a flight attendant, including discount travel benefits, scheduling flexibility, and the ability to see the world. But one of the most intriguing aspects of the job for me has been the chance to serve celebrities.

Graduating from college? The sky is the limit by David Silverstein
Attention college seniors: I am the voice of your not-so-distant future. I was once where you are now, sweating and worrying about my future, forced to answer the never-ending question from family and friends: "What are you going to do when you graduate?"

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