Dating flight attendants
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"It's very competitive, and people get passed over all the time," Long says about becoming a flight attendant.
To find out what makes the job so appealing, we spoke to Annette about what it's really like to be a flight attendant.
"But the job itself is far from glamorous," she continues.
"Even if you're working in first class or business class, it's not glamorous at all." Many flight attendants don't realize just what the job entails until they're doing it, she says.
You can bid schedules that are day trips, so if you want to be home most nights, you can.
There's so much schedule flexibility once you get a little bit of seniority, you can make your schedule look as great as you want it to be.""A recent flight to Beijing was delayed, and the airline knew the day before that it was delayed because the plane that we were going to be taking was broken and they were fixing it.
Of course, we go when it's cold and no one else wants to go there.Because of this, the competition among flight attendant candidates is so fierce that, for certain airlines, applicants compete with thousands of other applicants.It has even been said that it's harder to get invited to certain flight-attendant training centers than to get into Harvard University.Maybe you're busy fighting societal norms or embracing your inner Betty Draper, but no matter what your status, the truth remains: Your friends are settling down. At the very least, you're tired of being the only friend without a Plus One to drag to all the parties. "The Universe" doesn't know that you're ready to meet "the one." You have to go find him yourself, and that (usually) takes work. Dating, getting to know someone and (especially) deciding if you want that person to be your life partner are all steps in a delicate process that requires patience and restraint. The key is to hold onto the important things — kindness, affection, ambition or whatever it is that sustains you — and let go of the more frivolous stuff. Right will just stroll on in with a bottle of bubbly and a fistful of roses.
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