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To become a flight attendant, start by researching various airlines and checking their job postings to see if they’re hiring. Most airlines require that you have a GED and some customer service experience, and many have height requirements to ensure that you can comfortably fit in the cabin of the airplane. Then, submit your application to the jobs that appeal to you, and attend interviews. The interviews normally consist of two parts, including a written test and an oral interview. If you ace the interview and pass the medical exam, you can begin training. To learn more about how to make a resume for becoming a flight attendant, keep reading the article!
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