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West Australian - Sat 14th March - Employment - p118

 

Aviation Set to Takeoff by Connie Clarke

 

Australias aerospace workers are the countrys' most satisfied, achieving a 100% rating in the latest Randstad Australia work monitor report. Despite a horror year in the skies, aviation is the star of the field, ranking highly in the desirability stakes over the past five year, group director Steve Shepherd said.

 

It's one of those industries that's constantly evolving and there are so many dynamic areas that people can work in, from being a pilot to cabin crew work, engineering and management" Mr Shepherd said. " The general perception is that the benefits are very attractive, including salary, training and development, and the opportunity for travel and flexibility".

 

Nonetheless, WA continues to experience an entrenched shortage of plane and helicopter pilots, and flying instructors - a shortage which also exists in the reset of Australia and around the world........................... continues.......

 

 

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100% rating they say? obviously didnt survey anyone in the industry on the east coast either.. a chronic shortage of pilots? there is always a chronic shortage, but funnily enough, there is never a decent wage/salary increase thats typical of a sills shortage.

 

 

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Given that for 3 years out of 4, February has exactly 4 weeks, any Friday 13th that falls in February will also fall in March...

 

Pay them more than a FIFO worker & they will come:plane:

No need for that. There was already 30 unemployed pilots in Broome before this seasons mob turned up who would probably work for bread, wAyer, and a Friday arvo 6 pack.

 

 

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No need for that. There was already 30 unemployed pilots in Broome before this seasons mob turned up who would probably work for bread, wAyer, and a Friday arvo 6 pack

Shake any tree in the North from now on and there'll be half a doz CPLs fall out. Someone must be directing journos to write this stuff, for whatever reason, because it surely isn't investigative journalism that will win them a Walkley. happy days,

 

 

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