A flight attendant is someone whose primary duty is to ensure the safety and comfort of passengers during an airline flight.
A National Senior Certificate with English and Maths is typically the minimum educational requirement for becoming a flight attendant. However, some airlines prefer to hire applicants who have further education or previous work experience in customer service.
Flight attendants typically need 1 or 2 years of work experience in a service occupation before getting their first job as a flight attendant. This experience may include customer service positions in restaurants, hotels, or resorts.
Here is a list of some of the best jobs a flight attendant can easily transition into.
- EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) Being a flight attendant requires you to be responsible for the safety of passengers
- Executive Assistant
- Hospitality/Hotel Management
- Sales Professional
- Personal Banker