Tips in Writing a Flight Attendant Resume


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Tips in Writing a Flight Attendant Resume

  1. 1. Tips in Writing a Flight Attendant ResumeBecause of the travel privileges and the prestige that comes with the job, being a flight attendant in one of the leadingdomestic and international airline companies is a dream shared by many, especially women. Indeed, height, charm andcommunication skills are the most basic requirements for those who aspire to be flight attendants. However, getting aposition as a flight attendant requires more than just good looks. You also need to showcase your credibility and potential.As you compete with dozens of hopefuls, a well-written flight attendant resume will help you stand out. Even if you havegood looks, airline companies may hesitate in hiring you if you do not have an impressive flight attendant resume. A flightattendant resume is an asset in making these airline companies see the value of having you on board. Thus, aspiringflight attendants should spend a lot of time writing their flight attendant resume. Here are a couple of tips and pieces ofadvice to help you write a flight attendant resume.1. Make your flight attendant resume suited for easy reading. Avoid being a flamboyant self-promoter. Your flightattendant resume should be printed on clean, white paper. Never use fancy, colorful paper. Using fancy paper will leadyour flight attendant resume to the paper shredder or trash. Your resume does not have to be visually-appealing. It has tobe professional and in the standard format.2. If you choose to include an objective in your flight attendant resume, make sure your statement is strong and positive.Choose an objective statement that will express the values you can offer to your new potential employer. Be clear andconcise with the words you use. Including an objective in your flight attendant resume is advisable if you already have aspecific position in mind.3. Avoid placing too much details on your work history. Your job history should not consume your entire flight attendantresume. Choose the most essential details and your most relevant and recent job experiences. It is also advisableto provide an overview of your scope of work. However, make your overview as brief as possible. Include only theresponsibilities that are relevant to the position you are applying for. Your flight attendant resume is expected to highlightprior experience in the same position or industry4. Write down the training courses you have completed. Your flight attendant resume should contain relevant and majortraining courses and seminars you have attended. For aspiring flight attendants, training on customer relations, flightsafety regulations and communication skills are very important.For more information on How To Become A Flight Attendant, including other interesting and informative articlesand photos, please click on this link: Tips in Writing a Flight Attendant Resume