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AirlineJobFinder Industry Overview


Thank you for using AirlineJobFinder. Whether you’re thinking about airline industry work or already have a job in the industry, you will find AirlineJobFinder to be a valuable resource.

You may already know the aviation career you want. Entry-level, labor. White collar, management. Administrative. There are many options, most of which will become clear to you soon enough.

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The aviation industry is divided into two areas: on the ground, and in the air.

Ground support and airport jobs get planes in the air and get passengers to their seats. In the air, flight attendants, pilots and copilots keep the planes flying and get passengers to their destination.

AirlineJobFinder is primarily focused on commercial airlines, airports, and government opportunities for aviation jobs.

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As you review each section of Airline Job Finder, you’ll find that some jobs overlap. This brings you more opportunities because if one segment of the industry isn’t hiring, than another one likely is. After all, if your goal is to be a pilot or an aviation mechanic, you may find work with the government as well as in the commercial sector. We’ll show you all the places to search.

If you want to see the world and get paid for it, check out our information on flight attendants. It’s an exciting job, filled with challenges, rewards, and a great paycheck. You’ll earn the respect of strangers, family, and friends when you fly the friendly skies.

Advanced and more technical jobs are found in every sector. But to earn those added benefits and extra pay, you’ll need an advanced education in specific fields of study.

No matter what position you want, it’s covered on AirlineJobFinder. Read the material and utilize our Job Center to ensure you’re getting the most of your membership.

Navigating the Website
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This website is broken down into several distinct, highly informational sections. You can access each of the sections using the navigation menu at left. As you drill down into each section you will see that there are sub-menus on the right side of each page designed to help you navigate the section. There are also links to the next page of a section at the bottom of each page. All in all you’ll hit these areas:

Visit the JobCenter for job postings and to complete your profile and add your resume.

Finally, be sure to make yourself aware of our Resources section. It consists of:

In total there are more than 150 pages of air travel industry information on Airline Job Finder plus the Job Center features. Time to get started.


Aviation Industry Overview