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Common Errors During Cabin Crew Interviews

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During an interview, there are a number of factors that can potentially disqualify you from consideration. Here are some of the most common errors:
* Poor personal appearance.
* Overbearing, overaggressive, egotistical behavior.
* Lack of goals, lack of purpose.
* Inability to relate personal qualities to flight attendant duties.
* Unable to relate real-world examples when asked behavioral-type questions.
* Lack of enthusiasm – passive or indifferent.
* Inability to listen to the interviewer; too focused on how you are going to respond.
* Making derogatory remarks about a previous employer.
* Overemphasis on compensation.
* Bad body language.
* Concerns over relocation.
* Lack of tact, maturity, courtesy.
* Evasive, making excuses for unfavorable factors in work history.
* Inability to maintain a conversation, poor communication skills.
* Lack of commitment.
* Failure to ask questions about the flight attendant position.
* Unable to make a commitment on a training start date.
* Very little knowledge about the duties and responsibilities of a flight attendant. (see Duties and Responsibilities section)
* Persistent “What can you do for me?” attitude.
* Lack of preparation – no knowledge of the airline, resulting in an inability to ask intelligent questions.

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