If you love to travel and have to work for a living, your options might seem limited. The obvious choices are: travel during your vacation time — 10 or so days a year, if you’re lucky — or get a …
Most workers who travel as part of their jobs get to see the insides of identical conference centers from sea to shining sea. It's exciting if you like single-serving coffee or collect hotel soaps, and less exciting if your true love is travel -- the real kind, where you get to immerse yourself in a culture, however briefly, and see the world from a whole new perspective. If that's your idea of the perfect gig, these jobs might be a good fit for you.
Name: Sherri Blaise
Job Title: Flight Attendant
Where: Detroit, MI
Employer: Mesaba Airlines
Years of Experience: 5+
Education: B.S. in Journalism, Florida A&M University
Salary: See the PayScale Research Center for the median flight attendant salary.
Becoming A Flight Attendant
For readers interested in becoming a flight attendant, or who want to know more about a flight attendant career, this Salary Story has the answers. We recently spoke to flight attendant Sherri Blaise about her steps toward becoming a flight attendant, what to expect from a flight attendant career and the average flight attendant salary.
Working as a flight attendant means traveling to numerous destinations. That may sound fun, but Sherri gave us the inside scoop on what it takes to be a flight attendant. As Sherri explains, if you are flexible and have a winning attitude, you might be the perfect candidate for a flight attendant career. So fasten your seat belts as we prepare for takeoff, and learn more about becoming a flight attendant.