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At Delta Air Lines, exceptional customer service is our priority. How will you ensure that our service standards are continually met?

How to Answer

If you are familiar with Delta Air Lines prior to your interview, you will likely know a little bit about their goals when it comes to customer service. Tie in your knowledge of the company with your personal service standard.

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30 Delta Air Lines Interview Questions & Answers

  • 1. At Delta Air Lines, exceptional customer service is our priority. How will you ensure that our service standards are continually met?

      How to Answer

      If you are familiar with Delta Air Lines prior to your interview, you will likely know a little bit about their goals when it comes to customer service. Tie in your knowledge of the company with your personal service standard.

      1st Answer Example

      "I understand through my research and exposure to your company that customers always come first. I wholeheartedly agree that the customer must be taken care of, even beyond their expectations."

      2nd Answer Example

      "I will ensure that your customer service standards are continually met by following your service protocols, exactly. I am always willing to lend a hand, and am a happy person, which creates a positive environment for customers."

      User-Submitted Answer

      "Customer satisfaction is a priority of my work ethic. I wholeheartedly agree that the customer comes first and beyond their expectations."

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      Amanda Knight

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      With this question, the interviewer is trying to gain insight into your customer service philosophy. You want your response to show the interviewer that the principles that guide you align with the principles of the company you're hoping to join. The interviewer is looking for a clear description of how you approach customer service that will help them determine how well you fit with their service standards. Consider giving more detail about how you'd work to make sure customer experiences were exceptional through being highly accessible, leveraging articulate communication and strong problem-solving skills to understand and solve customer problems, or how you'd strive to treat every customer with respect.

  • 2. Tell me about any airline related training that you have been through.

      How to Answer

      Regardless of any industry related training that you have been through, you will need to complete training specific to Delta Air Lines.

      If you do not have any industry-specific training, perhaps you have training that would be transferable to this role (IE: Sales, Safety, Customer Service, Technical, etc). Walk the interviewer through any on-the-job training you feel would be helpful.

      1st Answer Example

      "I have taken industry-related safety and customer service training with company ABC. In addition to this training, I have four years of industry experience."

      2nd Answer Example

      "Although I have not taken specific airline related training, I do have some current certifications that I believe will be helpful. These include CPR, First Aid, and WHMIS training."

      User-Submitted Answer

      "Although I have no direct airline-related training yet, I do possess certifications from Glendale Community College for flight attendants and the American Red Cross for First Aid and CPR, which is a requirement of the position."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      You've done a good job framing your response positively. Consider enhancing your answer further by specifying which flight attendant certifications you've obtained so far and what skills you've gained through those classes that match with the requirements of the role. This helps the interviewer better see your value as a candidate.

  • 3. Do you have any formal training in First Aid or CPR?

      How to Answer

      First Aid and CPR training is a requirement for many roles in the airline industry. Assure the interviewer that you have current and valid certification in CPR and First Aid. If you do not, be sure to express your willingness to do so.



      1st Answer Example

      "I do not currently hold a valid CPR and First Aid certification; however, I am happy to complete this requirement right away."

      2nd Answer Example

      "Yes, I have formal training in First Aid and CPR. I have brought my certifications here for you to see."

      User-Submitted Answer

      "Yes. I recently received my certification from the American Red Cross."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      Having already obtained this certification is a positive for you. Consider specifying that you're fully trained in both CPR and First Aid and that you're confident you could appropriately apply both if necessary to assist a passenger or crew member in an emergency.

  • 4. Have you received training on how to handle an in-flight emergency?

      How to Answer

      If an in-flight emergency occurred, would you know what to do? Assure the interviewer that you are confident in your ability to handle an emergency situation in a professional manner. If you are new to the industry and do not have the related training, be honest about that and comment on any other training you've completed, that may be relevant or helpful.

      User-Submitted Answer

      "I have not yet had formal in-flight emergency training, but I am confident in my military training which has prepared me to react to emergencies efficiently and professionally. I look forward to directing in-flight training with Delta Airlines."

      Written by an Anonymous User

      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      This is a strong response. You've done a good job pivoting away from training you don't have to talk about applicable training you do and confirming that you look forward to training with the employer.

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  • 5. As a Flight Attendant, you will be asked to work a wide range of hours and a lot of overtime. Are you able to accommodate the unpredictable schedule associated with being a Flight Attendant?

      How to Answer

      Assure the interviewer that you are aware of the inconsistent schedule associated with being a Flight Attendant. Use examples if you have some experiences to draw on.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "During my time in the Navy, schedules tended to change at the last minute. Adjustments are a major part of life and the airline industry and soon to be a major part of mine."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      Your answer does a good job of confirming that you have significant experience with adapting to changing schedules and needs. You can make this answer stronger by confirming that you don't mind an unpredictable schedule, are willing to work unconventional hours and feel that the benefits of working in a role you enjoy are worth accommodating a changing schedule.

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  • 6. In order to work for Delta Air Lines you are required to pass a criminal record check. Are you comfortable accommodating this?

      How to Answer

      A clean criminal record is a must for all airline related roles. You must be able to pass the criminal background check and may even be asked to present one in your interview. Your answer can be short and to the point.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "Yes. I have done my own background check and cleared all discrepancies. I will supply proof with my portfolio."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Because background checks are often required, confirming you're comfortable facilitating one is the best way to respond.

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  • 7. Aside from your experience working in the airline industry, do you have experience in other customer service based roles?

      How to Answer

      Discus with the interviewer your experience working in customer service based roles. Take them through your resume and highlight your customer service skills.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I have always had a knack for customer service. I worked for Disneyland as an attraction operator, ensuring customer safety while being charming and witty. I also worked in a more private sector as a delivery driver, exposing me to the clerical side of customer service."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      Your answer highlights that you have additional customer service experience and does a good job highlighting what aspects of customer service each required such as communication and safety. Consider enhancing your answer further by explaining that you truly enjoy engaging with customers, helping to resolve issues, and ensuring a positive experience in any service-based role.

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  • 8. Employees of Delta Air Lines are expected to be reliable, on time, and accessible when on shift. Do you consider yourself to be a dedicated employee?

      How to Answer

      Provide examples to the interviewer on times when you have shown dedication on the job. Assure the hiring manager that you possess the qualities and characteristics they are looking for.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I come from a family of military veterans, including myself. I was trained to be reliable, on time, and flexible with my availability. I am dedicated to proving I am a Delta Air Lines team member."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      This is a strong start. Consider giving this answer greater impact by talking about your track record when it comes to reliability and accessibility. Being specific helps the interviewer see your level of commitment when it comes to being dependable. Consider sharing more details like how much you value being on time as a show of respect to others, that you learned the importance of being available for any emergent need, and maintained exemplary attendance that let your team members and superiors know you could always be counted on.

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  • 9. Why are you the best choice for Delta Air Lines?

      How to Answer

      What makes you the best candidate for Delta Air Lines? Talk to the interviewer about what makes you a stand out candidate for this role. Be sure to discuss unique skills and characteristics that will make you a memorable candidate.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I possess the positive attitude and passion that is Delta Airlines. I have 5 years of military experience which equips me with the calm head needed to deal with anxious passengers in the courteous manner they deserve."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      A positive attitude, dedication, and calm in the face of challenging situations are great qualities that will benefit you in the flight attendant role. However, you can make this answer even stronger by reviewing the job posting or description and pulling out key skills, experiences, or other requirements, and sharing how you have the skills or experience needed to meet the demands of the role. This helps the interviewer envision how you would succeed in the position.

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  • 10. All employees of Delta Air Lines are expected to wear a uniform to work. Are you comfortable with this policy?

      How to Answer

      Uniforms can be a controversial discussion in many organizations; however, in the airline industry uniform use is more common than not. Discuss with the interviewer your experience working in uniform and your willingness to abide by the dress code within Delta Air Lines.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "Yes. I find uniforms to be classic and thoughtful. Delta Airlines flight attendant uniforms are simply exquisite, and I am committed to the brand."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Uniforms are a tool employers use to help customers identify those who can help, build team identity, and increase brand awareness. Being comfortable wearing a uniform shows you're a team player. Consider sharing that you have prior experience wearing uniforms as a military veteran and had no problem complying with military uniform requirements. This communicates to the interviewer that you understand the value and requirements of uniform attire.

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  • 11. As a Flight Attendant, you are responsible for ensuring that the safety of all passengers is a priority. What would you do if you felt there was a safety threat?

      How to Answer

      Airlines will always have strict safety protocols. Talk to the interviewer about how you would react in a situation where you felt safety was at risk.

      User-Submitted Answer

      "I would make sure to review my FAA-Federal Aviation Regulations. In any emergency my first priority is to ensure the passengers are prepared, calm, and informed."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      This is an answer you can build on. In a true emergency, you likely won't have time to review FAA regulations. However, you can say that you would rely on your training to follow company protocol in adherence to applicable safety regulations to ensure that passengers and crew remained safe and calm.

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  • 12. List the top 3 skills that will make you an ideal team member at Delta Air Lines.

      How to Answer

      When you are asked to list your top skills, it's best to tie in your rock-star skills with the requests listed in the company's job description. Which skills do you possess that are the most helpful for this role with Delta Air Lines?

      User-Submitted Answer

      "My top 3 skills that make me an ideal team member at Delta Air Lines:

      Adaptable

      Diligent

      Witty"

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      Being adaptable, diligent, and having a sense of humor can help make you a valuable team member. When answering this question, consider reviewing the job posting or role description to pull out the required key skills that match up with the skills you have. Sharing those matched skills can help the interviewer see more clearly that you're a good fit for the position.

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  • 13. What do you hope to gain most from your time with Delta Air Lines?

      How to Answer

      The interviewer would like to see that you are wholeheartedly interested in working for Delta Air Lines. What are your hopes and expectations from your time with Delta Air Lines? Talk to the interviewer about the ways you feel you would benefit from this position.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I hope to gain unparalleled training and expertise from the top airline in the industry."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      This is a solid starting place. If you're just starting out in the airline industry, it makes sense that training would be a part of your journey. However, you can make this answer more specific by sharing more personally why you want to work for the airline. Do you hope to gain valuable experience working in travel? Do you enjoy working with people and feel that a career with the airline will allow you to explore the world through travel while also helping people?

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  • 14. The airline industry is full of unexpected scenarios. When have you faced an unexpected difficulty?

      How to Answer

      How you face unexpected difficulty can say a lot about your character. Talk to the interviewer about a time when you have faced an unexpected difficulty. How did you handle the situation?



      User-Submitted Answer

      "Unexpected difficulties are a fact of life. I encountered a difficulty when I was working for ABM, formerly AirServ, as a shift lead. I was charged with assisting a guest in filing a complaint against another agent. I made the guest's complaint a priority and was able to find a solution for both parties. I strive for client and coworker satisfaction."

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      Amanda Knight

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      I appreciate the fact that you have used a customer service example to answer this question because providing excellent customer service is a big part of the role you're applying to. Consider giving this answer more impact by talking about the actions you took to provide exceptional service in a difficult situation such as exploring the customer's situation with empathy, actively listening, helping him or her to remain calm, and accurately documenting the issue. Then, wrap up your answer by sharing the positive outcome you were able to achieve by resolving the problem. This shows the interviewer that you can handle difficulties, especially those that impact customers, in a positive manner.

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  • 15. When have you had to shift your priorities in response to sudden changes?

      How to Answer

      Have you been asked to change your priorities on a dime? How do you react to this kind of shift in priorities? Assure the interviewer that you are able to respond in a professional manner when it comes to sudden changes.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I shift my priorities every day when I check in at my internship shift at LAX. Customers need their questions answered and I have found myself over time fulfilling their inquiries."

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      Amanda Knight

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      This is a good start, but consider drilling down to choose a specific scenario rather than your general work environment. You can enhance this answer by talking about a specific situation you handled that could not have been planned for in advance and that you were able to successfully resolve. You can also talk about how you've prepared to handle a similar situation if it occurs again in the future. The interviewer may also be looking for information about how you made changes going forward that can help you respond effectively to sudden changes or evolving priorities.

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  • 16. How does this position fit into your career goals?

      How to Answer

      Is this particular position a good fit? Is it a step up in your career or - a stagnant move that you are just complacent with taking until something better comes along? Assure the interviewer that this position will be challenging for you, is a step up in responsibilities, and that it fits with your overall career goals.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "A career in aviation has always been exciting. My primary goal as a flight attendant is to become a senior and then train others to uphold Delta's mission. This position offers me another chance to see the world and all of its people by air."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      Employers often ask this question auto gain a clearer insight into your future goals and how those goals match up with the position you're applying for. Your response indicates that you want to advance in the flight attendant role, but adding more detail can make your answer more impactful. Where possible, draw connections between your career goals and the skills or traits required by the job description for the role you're applying to. Talking about the skills you will gain in the role you're applying to and how they'd help you to become a respected trainer/senior flight attendant helps the interviewer see that this role would be important in your career journey.

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  • 17. If you could start your career over again, what direction would you take?

      How to Answer

      A hiring manager will be able to tell a lot about your personality by learning about your other career interests. If you could do anything over, what would you do, and why?



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I am starting over! The direction I took to get here was precise. Aviation combined with service is my passion. This industry fulfills that for me."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      If you're beginning a new career in aviation, share with the interviewer what you were doing before and why you decided to leave it behind in favor of a career in aviation. Sharing what drew you to the field, the aspects you see yourself excelling in, and what skills you hope to hone along the way can help the interviewer see your sincere passion for the industry and role you're applying to.

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  • 18. How do you get along with others at work?

      How to Answer

      Think about your relationships with coworkers, past and present. Which ones were healthy? What were the dynamics of those working relationships? Think about what you enjoyed about some of your relationships with past coworkers. Good communication, sense of humor and support are all great qualities that make co-working relationships fun.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "Harmonious relationships in close spaces make for a happy workplace. Camaraderie inspires positive attitudes and support among coworkers."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      You're right - Positive relationships and team camaraderie are important in a thriving team environment. You can make this answer more memorable by talking about the actions you take to make sure you're an ideal team member such as treating everyone with respect, communicating clearly, jumping in to help team members when an issue arises, and making sure you're doing your part to support team success.

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  • 19. Rate your communication skills from 1-10 with proper examples backing your given rating.

      How to Answer

      On a scale of 1-10, how skilled are you in communication? Why did you choose that particular rating for yourself?



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I am a personable team player. I rate my communication at 8 out of 10, which leaves me open for improvement. I am open to joint leadership and trust my team to clarify any confusion."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      You've answered well by rating yourself highly while still leaving room for improvement. However, this question also asks that you give appropriate examples to support your 8/10 rating. You can enhance this answer by sharing an example of a time when your ability to communicate well helped your team solve a problem or overcome a challenge. You can form your response using the STAR framework, an acronym for Situation, Task, Action, Result. This framework will allow you to keep your reply well-organized so that the interviewer can follow along with your story and see how your communication skills played a key role in the positive outcome.

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  • 20. Personality fit is important to us at Delta Air Lines. How would you describe your personality?

      How to Answer

      Personality and character are two very different things. The interviewer is looking for more information on your personal traits vs. your integrity. This would include buzz words such as introverted, energetic, and confident.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I am warm-hearted, confident, and a self-starter."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      You've chosen really strong characteristics that are especially valuable when interacting with customers. You can give this answer even more impact by briefly sharing how each of those would benefit you, your team members, or customers in the role you're applying to. For example, perhaps your warm nature helps you build rapport with customers. Maybe your ability to take initiative helps your team stay on track, and your confidence helps you face challenges knowing you can overcome them. Sharing how these qualities are beneficial rather than just stating them makes your response more memorable and unique to you.

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  • 21. What work situations excite and motivate you?

      How to Answer

      It is important, for your success, that the hiring manager knows how to keep you motivated and excited to come to work every day. Share with the interviewer what they could do to ensure that you are happy and productive.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I am most motivated on the job when the team is coordinated and self-driven to do their individual parts successfully."

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      With this question, the employer is trying to determine if your workplace preferences and personality align with their company culture and the requirements of the role you're applying to. You can enhance this answer by talking about the kind of situations you enjoy such as working as part of a collaborative team or situations that allow you to solve problems for customers. You can also review the job posting or description and then discuss the aspects of the work environment that you see yourself enjoying the most to demonstrate to the interviewer that you understand the situation you'd be working in and that you see yourself enjoying it.

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  • 22. Tell me about a time when communication became an issue when working on a team.

      How to Answer

      Give an example of a time you when you couldn't seem to explain what you needed from other team members or, talk about how one of your team members couldn't communicate effectively. Be sure to include what the overall outcome was of the situation, and what you did to repair the communication issue.

      User-Submitted Answer

      "Communication became an issue in the Navy. My crew was given a task and two other petty officers above my rank changed the performance of the task. I was able to get in contact with both petty officers and figured out what the need was for the task and instructed my crew to complete the task as I had instructed."

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      Amanda Knight

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      It sounds like this could be a strong example of your ability to resolve communication issues. You can make this answer more impactful by giving more detail that helps the interviewer understand the issue. What was the assigned task and how was it changed by the petty officers? How was the change communicated to you (or not communicated)? How did you approach clarifying it so that the situation didn't become more tense or difficult? What communication strategies did you implement to help avoid miscommunication in the future?

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  • 23. What are your salary expectations?

      How to Answer

      The best way to discuss your salary expectations is to use your current earnings as an example. Be open, and honest. Transparency is the best choice when salary based questions arise.

      User-Submitted Answer

      "I am currently unemployed and expect to be paid a living wage representative of the skills I have now and the skills I will obtain once I complete the required training."

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      Amanda Knight

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      You've done well by not providing a specific salary number and confirming you want to be compensated based on your ability to perform the role. However, rather than drawing attention to your lack of employment, consider simply assuring the interviewer that you have a flexible salary range and would like to be compensated appropriately based on your experience and skills.

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  • 24. When you suffer a setback, how does that emotionally affect you and your work?

      How to Answer

      Everyone handles the stress and disappointment of setbacks differently. Discuss with the interviewer how you typically cope with setbacks in the workplace.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I handle setbacks as opportunities for growth. I step back to review the situation, accept my part, and discuss what could have been done differently."

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      Amanda Knight

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      The way you react to a setback often determines whether or not you can recover and move forward. It's important for your answer to illustrate that you are professional and resilient enough to move forward following a setback. Consider sharing an example of a situation that disappointed you and how you reacted. Then talk about the actions you took to keep from repeating your mistake, and how that has improved the quality of your work. Sharing an example helps the interviewer see how your ability to handle a workplace setback plays out in a real-world setting.

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  • 25. Think about a difficult boss, professor or coworker. What made him or her difficult? How did you successfully interact with this person?

      How to Answer

      Show the interviewer that you work well with most personalities even though you recognize there are some folks out there who are quite difficult to please.



      Think about that one person at work who is seen as hard to please. Perhaps there is someone at work who tries to intimidate others. Talk to the interviewer about what made this person challenging and what their relationship was to you. Avoid speaking poorly of anyone and be sure to end your response on a positive note.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I had a first-class petty officer who was due to take over for my supervisor upon his departure. This petty officer had it set in his mind that he was going to rid the ship of all the east coast sailors. I asked my previous supervisor to send me to another division."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      It sounds like this was a difficult situation that you successfully removed yourself from. However, it's not always possible to avoid a difficult boss or coworker. With this question, the interviewer is seeking insight into how you adapt to successfully interact with someone who is difficult when you have to continue working together. You can use this question to show the interviewer that you can work well with almost anyone. Make sure to avoid speaking negatively of anyone, and be sure to end your response with a positive. Because this is a situational question, consider using the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) method to provide a story-based example. This ensures that you give the right amount of information and detail to create a compelling and memorable answer.

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  • 26. Where do you see yourself five years from now?

      How to Answer

      It's impossible to know where you will be in 5 years but do assure the interviewer that, given all possible circumstances, you could see yourself as a long term fit for their position.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "In 5 years, I would love to be working on international first-class flights for Delta Airlines."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Amanda Knight Reviewed the Above Answer

      I really like that you have a clear goal in mind! Employers often ask this question to gain greater insight into your future goals and how those goals match up with the position you're applying for. Where possible, use this question to draw connections between your career goal (working for first-class international flights) and the skills or traits the role you're applying to would help you gain in preparation for achieving your 5-year goal. This makes it clear that you would be motivated to succeed in this role and that you would like to grow with the company over time.

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  • 27. What experience do you have using team-based messaging applications?

      How to Answer

      There are many options for communication software and messaging applications. Give the interviewer a brief overview of the applications you are experienced in and assure them that you can learn their internal system, should it be new to you.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I am well versed in a variety of team-based messaging applications."

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      Team-based messaging applications can make team communication more efficient. If you have experience in a variety of applications, make sure to tell the interviewer which ones you've used and how they helped you or your team work more effectively. This drives home the point that you truly do know how to leverage the technology to work well.

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  • 28. How do you determine priorities when you have multiple tasks at hand?

      How to Answer

      When you feel torn between multiple projects or tasks, how do you decide which one needs your attention the most? Assure the interviewer that you can be diligent when it comes to assessing your priorities.

      User-Submitted Answer

      "I will determine my plan of action by deadlines, then by the size of the project. Then, when necessary I will delegate tasks to complete each task in a timely manner. Deadlines are my fuel."

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      Assuring the interviewer that you stay organized and break tasks down into manageable pieces to ensure projects are completed on time is a great way to start. You can strengthen your answer by showcasing how your strategies work well. Talk about a time when you were able to manage competing priorities in such a way that everything was completed on time and with excellence. This helps the interviewer see that you have experience handling multiple needs simultaneously and doing it well.

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  • 29. How will you earn the trust of your coworkers?

      How to Answer

      Workplace relationships are important to nurture. Talk to the interviewer about how you plan to earn the trust of your new co-workers, should you be offered the position.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "Being honest, never make promises and not keep them, and remain helpful from the start."

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      Amanda Knight

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      Well done. Working with honesty, integrity, and a collaborative spirit is a great way to build trusting relationships with your coworkers.

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  • 30. What unique qualities about yourself would you bring to our company?

      How to Answer

      There are some things that your resume cannot do. Showing off your great personality is one of them, for instance! Talk to the interviewer about some of your unique qualities and be sure to tie these qualities into how they will benefit the company, should they hire you.



      User-Submitted Answer

      "I have the unique ability to calm angry, irritated passengers with my warm personality and a smile. It helps in de-escalating potential chaos with disgruntled passengers."

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      Amanda Knight

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      The ability to handle difficult customers is really important when working as a flight attendant. Consider enhancing this answer by talking about the qualities or strategies you use to defuse tense situations such as high emotional intelligence, empathy, or compassion. This gives the interviewer clearer insight into your unique qualities.

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