The Pains and Benefits of Commuting For many, a great thing about being an airline pilot is the schedule flexibility. You often have multiple consecutive days off with no work responsibilities. This is different from other jobs where you may have to do work at home, monitor a phone or even just be stressed about work. Often, […]
Today’s guest post is from Aaron Groth, Account Manager at Harqen. Harqen provides video interview software and services to a number of airlines and other companies.
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Use this pay snapshot to examine the pay comparison at major airlines to inform your decision about which airlines to target during your applications. 2nd year FO 4nd year FO 6th year FO 8th year FO 10th year FO 12th year FO 12th year CA 12th year CA wide Body American $124,332 $146,642 $151,523 $156,868 […]
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The value of assumptions in making the choice of which pilot jobs to pursue (or not)
For the last 10 or 15 years pilots have had an easy time making career decisions. That’s not to say that ‘making it’ in the pilot profession has been easy but as the saying goes, when you got nothing…you got nothing to lose. It’s odd to think that just 10 years ago three of the five ‘super majors’ were laying off pilots and going into and out of bankruptcy. Today, that’s not the case. It seems we’re reading now hearing all about how the transport industry is booming. Most of us realize the cyclical nature industry and look askance at the headlines. […]