You submitted your resume to the airline for their cabin crew job opening. It has always been your dream to be a flight attendant, your childhood dream. You checked the requirements and yes, you have the height, your weight is proportionate, you have no visible tattoos, you have almost perfect eye vision, and so on. You were called by the airline for your impact interview and you were so excited!
You watched videos on YouTube, you read our pages, and you asked your flight attendant friends for tips on how to pass everything. The following day, you entered the interview venue for your impact interview. After, you waited for the results when suddenly, you received something you did not expect. You did not pass the impact interview. You were told you are not fit for the job.
At this stage, many would give-up on their cabin crew dreams. Whereas some will just look for another job, some will even stay bitter. While there are some who will give-up on an instant, there are some who will stay focused and determined to earn those wings.
The feeling of rejection or getting turned down by the airline is indeed painful. Guess what though, this is only temporary. A rejection is no reason for you to give-up on your cabin crew dream.
There are more you need to do when faced with a rejection. Here are ways and steps on dealing with a rejection and bouncing back.