Travel The World With One Of Delta’s 1,000 New Flight Attendant Positions

Delta just announced the perfect way to start checking off those destinations on your travel bucket list. The airline is planning on hiring over 1,000 flight attendants for 2018, but you have to act fast – application pools usually only stay open for two weeks.

While you don’t need prior experience as a flight attendant, the company is looking for individuals with at least a year of experience working in customer service or patient care. Ideal candidates will also have held positions that required them to keep others safe, such as firefighters, nurses, teachers and law enforcement personnel.

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In order to qualify, candidates must be 21 or older by January 1, 2018 with a high school diploma or GED and be allowed to work in the U.S. The starting salary is $25,000 for new flight attendants, plus health insurance and a 401k with company match.

And of course, you’ll be traveling the world for free. Click here for the application info.