Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines named one of the best places to work in 2017

Traveling the world and experiencing new cultures are just a few perks Delta Air Lines’ flight attendants enjoy Competition for the position is stiff so you'll have to bring your "A" game You must be able to pass a 7-8 week training at the 400,00-square-foot Atlanta training facility Delta uses the STAR method of interviewing in which interviewees answer questions on past experiences To stand out at the interview, have a positive attitude and a warm gracious smile Job candidates are advised to do their

When it comes to winning the hearts of employees, strong values, an inspiring company culture, high quality leadership and competitive benefits are among the top attractive qualities that make a company one of the best in the nation to work for.

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Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is one such company, recently recognized among the top best places to work in 2017 by research job site Indeed.com.

To identify the top 50 companies, Indeed analysts cross-examined 15 million employee reviews pulled from the company database with the 2017 Fortune 500 list, a ranking of the top U.S. companies based on total revenue.

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Cloud computing company Salesforce was deemed the best place to work in 2017, followed by two aviation companies (Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways Corporation).

Tech giants Facebook and Google rounded out the top five.

The top 15 best places to work in 2017, according to Indeed:

1. Salesforce
2. Southwest Airlines
3. JetBlue Airways Corporation
4. Facebook
5. Google
6. CenterPoint Energy
7. DTE Energy
8. Nike (tie)
8. Apple (tie)
10. The Walt Disney Company
11. Delta Air Lines
12. Costco Wholesale
13. Discovery Communications
14. Johnson & Johnson
15. Chevron

View the full list of 50 best places to work at Indeed.com.

Delta Air Lines, which previously ranked among Forbes' best employers in America and was recognized for its top-notch 401(k) plans, ranked 11th on Indeed's list of 50 companies.

Interested in landing a job at the Atlanta company? You're in luck. In February, Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian announced plans to hire 25,000 people over the next five years.

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If you're interested in become a Delta flight attendant, you may want to look into the requirements, which include a 7-8 week training at the 400,000-square-foot Atlanta facility.

You can also prepare for your interview by reading these sample interview questions from Delta Air Lines, Home Depot and more Atlanta companies.

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