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This Is How She Does It: Toronto Flight Attendant Making $60,000 a Year Shares Biggest Financial Regret

Welcome to This Is How She Does It, where we speak to modern working women in different industries about their careers, how they keep track of their finances and balance work with their personal lives.

We’re keeping identities anonymous, so the women can speak freely and openly, leaving the focus more about her career goals and relationship with money and less on the raw numbers.

First off, we speak to a 29-year-old flight attendant based in Toronto. She dishes on the importance of a work-life balance, how her biggest financial regret will likely take her out of the city she loves so much, and reveals the most shocking thing you probably didn’t know about the job. (No, really, it’ll blow your minds.)

The interview has been condensed and edited for clarity.

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