I'm looking for a career that will allow me to travel and not encounter the same situation every day. Being a flight attendant sounds interesting to me, but how much free time do you actually have, and does it start to get boring after a while?
While on reserve, flight attendants must live in their base city and be able to report for duty within 2 hours notice. Reserve flight attendants must provide phone numbers where they can be reached while on duty and be available for duty assignments on a 24 hour standby basis.
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Being on a plane on a daily basis dramatically increases your chances of being in a plane crash.
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