Despite The Economy, Allegiant Air Is Hiring Like Gangbusters
If you’ve always wanted to get paid to travel and don't mind actually working for it, then you may want to check out Allegiant Air. The low cost carrier is hiring for all sorts of positions, so if you’d rather stay on the ground, they have might have an opportunity for you too. Best of all, the airline has actually been doing pretty well. They have been making money each quarter despite the travel slowdown, so for now at least, a job with them is probably somewhat safe.
Being a flight attendant may no longer be the glamorous position it used to be, but it’s still probably pretty cool, especially if you can score some travel perks when you’re not on the clock. Allegiant is looking for a few good ladies and gentleman to fill positions out of Mesa, Arizona. No college degree needed, but they say it would definitely be an asset. Just make sure to clear your schedule if you get a job, because you’ll be in Las Vegas for a four-and-a-half week training course. Hear that? First stop: Vegas.
They’re looking for pilots too, but obviously you’ll need a little more experience. First officer positions based in the Sin City are open. Make sure you have 3,000 flight hours under your belt with fixed-wing aircraft, and they’d like to see that time in a jet—after all, that’s all Allegiant flies. Then you probably just need luck on your side, because we’re thinking this is still a hard job to get.
So get your fancy resume paper ready, and start applying. Good luck and let us know if you score a job so we can mooch off your travel perks.
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