My 24-year old daughter has found herself grounded after a year of being a flight attendant. Her story is a little complicated because she worked for a small airline for one year, then entered a contract with a major airline in february. However, the training was 6 weeks (unpaid) and her class had 5 days and one test remaining when COVID shut it all down. They were told they would return in July --- she just received notice that the return would now be July 2021. She isn't getting paid but she won't have to reapply and go through that grueling process again.
She took a job at a local vet clinic because her unemployment estimation was very little so she chose to work. The safety precautions there weren't the best and she contracted COVID. She is now under quarantine with a waitress job waiting on her when she gets out in a week, but the devastating news that her airline dreams are gone is a lot. She feels she may never get back into that world and thinks she should look for a new career instead of a "job". She has a bachelor's degree in Health Science - she was previously in nursing school (but has no guidance on what she can do with that degree) HELP