Flight Attendant Interveiw Tips?

Well, Tequila Mockingbird, how did it go?

One observation: Wouldn’t a flight attendant position make it difficult to see your children as often as you’d like? Sounds like a lot of time spent away from home.

Okay, interview is over. I think it went well, I was prepared for the 10 year background check. A good 1 to 1 1/2 hours of the whole thing was a presentation of what we should expect, if we get hired.
The actual interview went very well, especially when she had me basically “cold read” an announcment. I took my time, enunciated my words and sounded as though it was something I already knew.
If I get the job, I may be away from my kids at times, but travel is something I’ve never really had the opportunity to do before. Besides, senority counts with the flight attendants, so I may not even be flying much the first few months anyway. (My question at the interview-“My first few months, can I reasonably expect to fly 68 or more hours a month?” Her answer-“No, with the bonuses we have and the nice weather, most everyone is showing up. You’d basically be ‘on call’ for that time.”)
They will be contacting me at the end of the week to let me know either way. But, hey, I went for it!

Yes, you did go for it! Congratulations!

The tough part’s over, isn’t it? And it sounds like it went swimmingly!

Not that you need the boost or anything, but I’m proud of you for taking the chance. Good luck!

Congrats, Tequila. I hope things work out. (This is turning into a MPSIMS thread.)