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If you’re anything like me, when the window of your home gets whited-out by a winter storm, the only thing you can think about is getting away. Somewhere exciting. Somewhere with adventure. Somewhere warm!
Yes, winter does tend to bring out the blahs in all of us. But what if you could look forward to a career of travel and adventure, one that let you get away from the cold and the snow and the 9-5 grind?
Studies show that 70% of people dislike or even hate their jobs. Yikes! Don’t become one of them! Search out your dream job now.
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Wanted: flight attendants. Could this be it?
This alert came across my desktop, and I just had to share it with all of you. It looks like an amazing opportunity!
If you like people, travelling and flexible work schedules, then you may want to look into Air Canada rouge, Canada’s new stylishly affordable leisure airline.
They are looking for 150 service crew to help create their fun and fresh brand. You must be at least 18 and have a high school diploma to apply.
“At Air Canada rouge, we know that vacation time is treasured time, so we want our customers to have a safe, enjoyable and memorable start and end to their holiday,” says Renee Smith-Valade, VP of Customer Experience at Air Canada rouge. “We’re looking for recruits who will make this experience possible for vacationers and find that this is the most rewarding part of being an Air Canada rouge flight attendant.”
The airline will be flying to some of the most popular vacation destinations in the Caribbean and Europe including Edinburgh, Venice, Athens and multiple destinations in Cuba, Costa Rica, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. More destinations may be added in the future.
For additional requirements, you can check out the official posting here. But hurry; the cut-off for submitting your resume is February 11th!
See the world. Love your job. LIVE YOUR DREAMS!
How do I apply! My dream has been to become a flight attendant since I was a child 🙂
To be honest, this one is from a few years ago, so not sure. But hearing through the grapevine that Air Canada is in serious hiring mode, although sounds like having a second language is huge advantage.
Good luck, everyone I know in the industry enjoys it, especially the perqs!