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2016 TRENDS – It’s Hiring Season & Aviation Jobs are in the Immediate Forecast

Roanoke, Texas (March 1, 2016), an aviation only job website, released their Hiring Trends Survey for 2016. Jeff Richards, Operations Manager said, "It’s no surprise to us that aviation professionals are in high demand. Regarding number of job postings, experienced our best January ever."

In summary:
  • 448 aviation companies across various sectors were surveyed
  • 85% will hire in 2016
  • 76% are projecting growth in 2016
  • Maintenance technicians, Avionics and Pilots are in high demand
If you would like to download the complete survey results, please go to:

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Metro Aviation recently announced Lee Johnston as the new regional aviation manager for the Midwest region.

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Sikorsky has announced that North Slope Borough, Alaska, has received its first S-92 helicopter, dedicated to search-and-rescue.

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