By: Chiu Po-sheng and Elaine Hou
Taipei, Dec. 11 (CNA) The vast majority of Taiwan’s office workers would like to be flight attendants, citing their love for travel, good salaries and opportunities to expand their horizons, a survey has found.
In a poll conducted by 1111 Job Bank gauging the willingness of office workers to work as flight attendants, some 94 percent of respondents said they would be willing to take on the job, according to the survey’s results released Friday.
The number was up 19 percent from the result of an identical survey conducted in 2008, the manpower agency said.
The opportunities to travel, relatively high salaries and the chance to expand one’s horizons were found to be the main reasons behind the desire to work as flight attendants, the survey found. [FULL STORY]