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“That if the oxygen masks drop down, you only have about 15 minutes of oxygen from the point of pulling them down.
Competition is fierce: When Delta announced 1,000 openings in 2010, it received over 100,000 applications. All that competition means that most applicants who score interviews have college degrees — I know doctors and lawyers who've made the career switch.
But you don't need a law degree to get your foot in the jetway door.
Being able to speak a second language greatly improves your chances.
So does having customer service experience (especially in fine dining) or having worked for another airline, a sign that you can handle the lifestyle.
The 4 percent who do get a callback interview really need to weigh the pros and cons of the job.
As we like to say, flight attendants must be willing to cut their hair and go anywhere.
And if you can't survive on ,000 a year, most new hires' salary, don't even think about applying.During Pan Am's heyday in the 1960s, there were strict requirements for stewardesses: They had to be at least 5-foot-2, weigh no more than 130 pounds, and retire by age 32. As a result, most women averaged just 18 months on the job.In the 1970s, the organization Stewardesses for Women's Rights forced airlines to change their ways.The mandatory retirement age was the first thing to go.By the 1980s, the marriage restriction was gone as well.SEE MORE: How America wasted billion rebuilding Iraq These days, as long as flight attendants can do the job and pass a yearly training program, we can keep flying.