The US has one of the most demanding jobs in the world, and it’s an extremely rewarding one.
Flight attendants in the US, UK and Canada all earn an average of $23.36 per hour.
That’s about 20% more than their British counterparts and $14.86 more than the Canadians who make $13.79 per hour, according to the National Association of Flight Attendants.
And it’s more than double the average pay in Canada, where flight attendants make $14 an hour.
But that’s not the most interesting part about the pay gap: The difference in pay for flight attendants isn’t just about hours worked.
It’s also about the skills needed to perform the duties, said Lisa Hahn, executive director of the National Alliance for Flight Attorneys.
That means, for instance, that an airline pilot, who flies the plane from one airport to another, may be able to work more hours than an airline mechanic.
But flight attendants in other countries don’t have that same kind of flexibility.
Flight attendant roles are a huge part of the global economy, with about 10% of the workforce in the United States.
It is also a major contributor to the country’s unemployment rate, which stood at 6.5% in March.
In some cases, flight attendants have little to no control over their employers.
“There’s this perception that flight attendants are essentially slaves to their employer, and there are a lot of stories of flight attendants being held in contempt of their employer,” Hahn said.
“And it’s true.
The problem with that perception is that they often are, but there are ways to change that.
Here are some of the key steps to getting better pay in the U.S. and around the world.
What is the pay of a flight nurse?
A flight nurse is a flight crew member who performs a variety of tasks that include: monitoring patients