Many companies featured on Money advertise with us. Opinions are our own, but compensation and
in-depth research determine where and how companies may appear. Learn more about how we make money.

Rear View of Air Stewardess Explaining Aeroplane Safety to Passengers
James Lauritz—Getty Images

For those who are travel-inclined and looking for work, Delta Air Lines is hiring more than 1,000 crewmembers for 2018.

Delta flight attendant applicants must be at least 21 by Jan. 1, have more than one year of experience in customer service, patient care or caring for someone, and education beyond high school. Fluency in a language other than English is also a plus.

Although more than 1,000 open positions seems like a lot, Delta says it has received more than 125,000 applications already, according to CNNMoney. Delta hired about 1,200 flight attendants from a pool of 150,000 applicants last year after reviewing 35,000 video interviews and 6,000 in-person interviews.

"Earning and wearing the wings of Delta is something our flight attendants are proud of and passionate about, as they should be," Allison Ausband, Delta Senior Vice President of inflight service, said in a statement. "After making it through the highly competitive and exhaustive selection process, they put all their previous experience and skills to the test during our flight attendant initial training."