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Air Canada hiring flight attendants across the country

If you don't see yourself as the type to stick to a typical nine-to-five job, dust off your resumé — Air Canada is hiring flight attendants.

According to Air Canada's careers website, the company is looking for flight attendants to fill these permanent roles.

"Have you ever dreamt of travelling the world? Of being part of an industry-leading team striving to reach new heights?" reads the post, stating that Air Canada welcomes more than 40 million customers annually. "Every trip our customers take is special, and that starts and ends with attracting the best people to our team."

Interested? You must be healthy and at least 18 to apply for the position. You'll also need a valid Canadian passport allowing you to travel to all the destinations served by Air Canada.

The airline seeks someone poised and naturally empathetic who can confidently speak in public. You might be the perfect fit if you're flexible and don't mind working irregular hours (mornings, evenings, weekends, and statutory holidays). It also requires being able to perform emergency response duties when needed.

You'll also have to be willing to relocate to Air Canada's base in Toronto or Vancouver and, ideally, be bilingual. In addition to English, candidates fluent in French, Arabic, Japanese, Greek, and Thai are preferred.

If selected, you'll participate in a paid, full-time, eight-week training program in Montreal or Vancouver. Once you become a qualified flight attendant, you'll earn $28.85/hour.

Think Air Canada's hiring managers might like someone like you? Learn more about the position and submit your application here.

But if flying isn't your thing, many Canadian employers are hiring for different roles right now.

This includes the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and several airport authorities nationwide.

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