Yes, you are absolutely correct. I will try every airlines, but ultimately SIA is still my choice. As for job, I actually attempt to find Customer Service related, so as to better my chance for the interview. But then again, is having Customer Service skill subjective? Or does it really does boost my performance during the interview?no name wrote:you sure sound like a fresh grad.
keep your options open, try as many airlines as possible, understand the interview process and makes sense to have a job while applying for your dream, at least you have money coming in.
Thank you for your honesty and spending your precious time to share your ideas with me. I always thought by having direct Customer Service experiences will gain an upper hand because I can provide a more specific and precise points to the interviewers.no name wrote:in my honest opinion, having a customer service background would help you deal with people in general but think about it, you have been dealing with people all your life- just a matter of how good you are. Even in engineering you have to work with people or if you work in the office you still have to pick up calls work with your colleagues. Unless you suck in interpersonal skills.
I say work in your related field, not only you get decent pay (since you graduated in that industry) and usually you get weekends off to go for your interviews. Customer service position in Singapore pays you dirt so what is the point really.
Having customer service and previous airline experience may not guarantee you a slot in SQ.
Honestly there's no trick to the interviews as well, if they like you, you are through. You know what they always say "first impression counts"?
It's damn true so work on that.
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