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Typical 9-5 schedule doesn’t work for you? Want to see the world and meet interesting people? Looking for a change of pace? Then being a flight attendant might just be a good thing to look into for you! We’ve put together a Pros and Cons list so you can see that for the right kind of person, the Pros definitely outweigh the Cons!



  • Seeing the world
    • Not only will you be traveling on the job, flight attendants also get amazing perks when it comes to free airfare, even for their friends and family.
  • Flexible schedule
    • Flight attendants more or less get to pick their own schedule. Most flight attendants start out “reserve” which more or less means they’re “on call,” but once they’ve worked long enough they can choose what times and where they’ll fly to some extent. Most flight attendants only fly about 85 hours a month. That’s about 2 weeks of a full-time job spread out over an entire month!
  • The money
    • Of course it all depends on how many flights you pick up. Being a flight attendant is almost like being an independent contractor because you get to choose your schedule. That being said, the average flight attendant makes $45,000 a year, and the top 10%  make more than $70,000 a year according to the bureau of labor statistics. That’s a pretty good deal for what is technically a part-time job.
  • Work ends when the day ends
    • There will be no “taking the office home with you” or endless stressful projects when you’re a flight attendant. Once the last passenger has safely left the plane and you’ve finished your duties, that’s it!



Hopperatx is a site devoted to developing the skills needed to land a career in a high paying profession. There are numerous jobs in the financial and tax service industry that you can get into that can help the ever growing baby boomer generation plan for retirement.

Today our job idea is to study and become a Hybrid Long Term Care Insurance agent.  This product ties into the spirit of Hopperatx as we love helping people save money on taxes and life insurance proceeds are tax free.  To become a successful Hybrid Long Term Care Insurance planner you must get properly trained which means getting the proper state specific insurance license.  Then you need to be trained in the art of sales as you will need those skills in order to show the benefits that a Hybrid Long Term Care Insurance plan can bring the person.

In order to land a Hybrid Long Term Care Insurance job and build a successful career you must learn the basics of time management, personal development, people skills, teamwork and a work ethic unmatched by your peers.

The payoff on becoming a Hybrid Long Term Care Insurance agent is that the top 5% of all Hybrid Long Term Care Insurance agents will make $250,000 per year or more.  Now of course this kind of salary does not happen overnight and without hard work. But if you are willing to put in the time and effort you may want look into getting your insurance license or attending a career day at a local public university which often had companies from around the globe looking for talented job seekers.

To wrap up this blog, Hybrid Long Term Care Insurance career could be worth looking into if you have the correct temperament and work ethic and if you’d like to learn more visit our career center online or call us to meet in person.