Former cabin crew are valued for their skills and training in customer service. Photo: Linda Lew Former cabin crew are valued for their skills and training in customer service. Photo: Linda Lew
Former cabin crew are valued for their skills and training in customer service. Photo: Linda Lew
Insurance

Flight attendants laid off during pandemic find new career as high-flyers in Hong Kong’s booming insurance industry

  • Their skills have proved a perfect match for the city’s insurance giants, who have been busily recruiting as the industry weathers the pandemic
  • AIA, Prudential and Manulife have been snapping up former cabin crew made redundant by Cathay Pacific and its regional carrier

Topic |   Insurance
Former cabin crew are valued for their skills and training in customer service. Photo: Linda Lew Former cabin crew are valued for their skills and training in customer service. Photo: Linda Lew
Former cabin crew are valued for their skills and training in customer service. Photo: Linda Lew
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