A flight attendant job is one of the most coveted job nowadays around the world, and it goes the same for the Philippines. During cabin crew recruitment days, about less than 10% of the total number of applicants are accepted, meaning, 90% are rejected. Despite the number, 100% of these applicants dream to be part of that 10%, who wouldn't right?
We have featured a lot of stories of flight attendants who went through numerous rejections before earning their wings. Some even numbered 20 simultaneous rejections before finally becoming a cabin crew.
It is not enough that we do not give-up, we have to know why we did not make it and once we know that "why" we can then work on that to improve ourselves. As most times, the airline interviewer will not state the reason why you did not make it, so it's best we reflect and ask ourselves these questions in order to know why we were rejected. Once you know why you did not make it, work to improve in that area and then try again.
Here are some questions you could ask yourself:
Always remember that to address a problem, you have to know what the problem is and what went wrong. Once you feel you have rectified the problem, try again to apply again. It's always good to reflect back and to be better than our old self, especially if we are going for our flight attendant dreams.