Netflix will pay flight attendant up to $385,000 if they work for them

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netflix will pay flight attendant up to $385,000 if they work for them

The streaming behemoth is seeking employees with “independent judgment, discretion, and great customer service abilities,” according to its job postings.

Additionally, they must be able to “work with minimal instruction and a great deal of self-motivation.”

Due to a decline in subscription counts, Netflix eliminated hundreds of positions in 2017.

“Typically, the market range for this position is $60,000 to $385,000. In accordance with our compensation philosophy, this market range is based on total compensation (rather than just base income),” Netflix stated in an online job posting.

The corporation also stated that it considers “compensation criteria” when determining an employee’s remuneration, such as their history, experience, and talents.

The position, situated in San Jose, California, entails domestic and international travel.

“Netflix’s Aviation division delivers excellent, secure, and discreet air transportation,” the website states.

The advertisement also stated that the team “helps Netflix reach the world more efficiently and effectively so that the firm may continue to spread happiness throughout the globe.”

Before takeoff, the attendant aboard a “Super Midsize Jet” will assess the emergency equipment in the cockpit, cabin, and gallery.

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In addition, they must be able to lift objects weighing up to 13.6kg (30lb) for loading and stocking planes.

The average annual wage for flight attendants in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is little over $62,000.

When approached by the BBC, a Netflix spokeswoman stated that the business “would not comment” on how flight attendant salaries are calculated.

On Thursday, the corporation will publish its profits for the final quarter of 2022.

In the three months leading up to the end of September, Netflix gained 2.4 million households to its subscription base, reversing a fall in subscriber counts.

After hiking rates in major countries, the corporation reported its first decline in paying clients in more than a decade.

Stranger Things and Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story were instrumental in bringing subscribers back to the service.

As a result of slower growth and rising competition, Netflix lost hundreds of positions in the past year.

In an effort to encourage growth, the company has also introduced a new streaming option with adverts and is tightening down on password sharing.

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