Interested In Aviation? Why Not Learn to Fly and get into the Aviation Jobs Market
There are millions around the world who are genuinely interested in Aviation. Taking the next step and learning to fly weds them to the industry forever especially when it involves the aviation jobs market.
Pilot supplies business owner, Jay Carline said: “I encourage student pilots with an eye on the jobs market to begin with the end in mind, start reading books like Professional Pilot published by ASA or Professional Pilots Career Guide by R.P. Mark”.
After absorbing classic books like Fate is the Hunter, pilots should seek out academic titles, career titles and interview books; this is where a student goes from being interested in Aviation to committing to it.
Carline says: “There are so many great resources these days for the aviation newcomer that there are no excuses for not being spun-up and ready to hit the ground running when opportunities arise. ”
The first hurdle is to learn to fly; this is a big challenge for some - mentally and financially. Whether you want to fly a Helicopter or a Cessna the approach is the same, find a flying school which fits your needs and know where the money is coming from first before committing to the first flight lesson.
When asked about the money angle, Carline said: “learning to fly should be fun, and it is fun, so don’t ruin it by stressing where the next dollar is coming from for the next lesson.”
Conventional wisdom suggests that budgeting is paramount in the early stages because the Aviation jobs market might force the pilot to budget in the latter stages.
Of course, the aviation jobs market is not all about flying, there’s aeronautical engineering, aerospace engineering, airport jobs, airline jobs, in fact aviation jobs search could lead to military and civilian jobs in maintenance.
Ian Pennycook CEO The Aviator Store maintains a fully functional ecommerce website in Brisbane Australia found at http://www.theaviatorstore.com.au they have a large range of academic book titles plus aviation career titles and are keenly positioned to provide expert service and advice to the aviation industry.
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