Airlines in China are on a cabin crew hiring spree and have received thousands of job applications, Reuters reports. China usually requires its flight attendants to have a graduate degree and pass a government-administered English language test. In spite of higher set to qualifications, Chinese airlines face no shortage of applications for the positions. China Southern plans to induct 3,000 cabin crew this year and has already received more than seven times as many applicants by the end of December. China was one of the last nations in the world to lift the pandemic restrictions, with the Chinese aviation industry hitting
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