as long as you are below 40, i think you are consider young to apply for jobs...most apply for it when we are still young so it is not surprising you are older than the othersSunrises28 wrote:Hi...I'm new here. Do u think 28 is too old to apply as FA in SIA.
as long as you look young, shouldn't be a problem! the age limit is 30 if i'm not wrong!Sunrises28 wrote:Hi...I'm new here. Do u think 28 is too old to apply as FA in SIA.
Hi Everyone!tazza03 wrote:Hi, I would like to know if there is anyone out there who knows whether SIA would consider taking in married women?
Maybe I wud like to try out in the latest recruitment drive....
according to my friend, they did state in the contract that new cabin crew are not to become pregnant within the initial contract, if not will result in immediate termination. i'm not sure if it still holds, since she signed her initial contract about 2 to 3 years ago though!HuiJing wrote:Was wondering if there is any hidden criteria as to this... cause i can understand tat they wouldn't want their newly trained cabin crew to get pregnant... which is not an issue to me cause we are not staying together yet and further more he is overseas. just want to verify with those who really knows.
Would appreciate the help, cause i seriously want this to be my career.
Thanks a million!
nope nope, 6mth ban ain't up till Sept.xmischax wrote: hello hello! i'm back again!
are you trying out?
Guest SIA wrote:I've been for the SIA recruitment and got through the first round and also through the 2nd round and now am a flight steward. For the Ladies, it's kind of difficult getting in because the number of ladies applying is saturating. So, the management has to scrutinise the applicants in terms of height, capability, education qualifications, grooming standards, etc. So, you should develop more on these. This crew job IS a profession as under the job occupation, you're considered a professional. You can work in SIA as a cabin crew for as long as 20 years. After that, maybe as a Cabin crew Management team who flies but checks on the flight attendants instead. So, you are still flying and get paid but in a more higher post. Cabin Crew job is highly valued when entering other professions like nursing, physiotherapy, and other hospitality-related courses. Don't be disheartened ladies. Try to go for any interviews, grab as many as u can. Be it JAL, EK, SIA, or SilkAir, just go for the interview to have a feel of it so as to feel confident. All the best to you ladies and also to all the guys out there, it's Really a High-Flying Job guys, the ladies are Wif you....haha...
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