Hi Mia, just stumbled on your post. First let me clear first thing first. If you want to become a flight attendant, you’ll want to make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons.
Money should not be one of those reasons.
The desire to travel is going to be a major force in this quest, but don’t let that be the only factor.
You simply must also get some sort of kick out of interacting with folks in a customer service environment.
Do your own research to find out which airline best suits you.
There’s a wealth of information online through Glassdoor
, & LinkedIn
that will help you decide which route is best for you through information about company mindset/goals, employee morale, salary, benefits, work environment, etc.
Job openings can be found on the airline’s “Careers” or “Jobs” pages. There’s also a handy dandy website
that highlights which airlines are currently hiring flight attendants. You’ll have to input or upload your resume — make sure to include specific details about service- and people-related positions.