As a flight attendant, you will work on various sized aircraft and you will be responsible for explaining safety procedures to passengers. You will also serve food and beverages and attend to passenger's needs during flights. In an emergency, flight attendant must try to keep passengers calm and de-board them if the plane must make an emergency stop.
WHAT YOU NEED:
To become a flight attendant, you must take a training course with the national department of transportation in your country. High school completion is required.
$30,000 to $31,500