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Tuesday, December 02, 2008
1:03 PM | Author: Brett Bumeter - Unknown | | | Edit Post
Due to the current financial crisis, many people are losing their jobs and many industries are distressed. Fortunately there are still a lot of options for job seekers and those who are looking to move into other industries. More often than not, it is essential to have a degree in most entry level positions as well as some form of experience in order to attain a position. Luckily, there are a lot of affordable and comprehensive training schools and institutions all around the country for those interested in moving into the culinary and hospitality services fields.
Believe it or not, many people have been moving into the airline industry despite its recent tumultuous nature. Flight attendant school as well as other hospitality institutions have been seeing record enrollment. In addition to the record enrollment, there has been an increasing amount of graduates moving into the industry all across the nation despite the economic slump.
I have to admit that I really enjoy flying and I couldn't think of a more geographically interesting industry to be in. Honestly, I don't know how well I would do away from my family, but nevertheless it looks like a pretty cool career path. If you've been thinking about shifting gears into a new career and enjoy the business, then maybe you ought to check out a career in the airline industry.