An article on Aviation Voice revealed a major aviation corporation's challenge with workforce shortage issues.
Seventy-six airport executives endorsed a letter asking Senate leaders to adopt a reasonable proposal put forward to help young men and women become effectively trained commercial airline pilots.
The results of a study forecasting the U.S. supply of rotorcraft pilots and mechanics over the next 18 years shows significant workforce decreases.
A proposal put forward by Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-SD) to help young men and women become effectively trained commercial airline pilots is receiving industry support.
A recent Embry-Riddle study reveals that offering higher salaries may be making it easier to recruit qualified applicants.
Aviation Week's annual Workforce Study, the industry's official report and a mainstay for A&D planning and trend analysis since 1997, identifies trends in technological challenges, leadership, demographics and compensation, and ranks the top universities for A&D recruitment.
The Aviation Technician Education Council conducted a study, examining the aviation maintenance technician pipeline.
A story produced by CTV Kitchener describes Canada's increasing workforce shortage in aviation. Here's the full story with a link to videos and additional stories on its website.
NBAA, the National Business Aviation Association posted an article addressing the workforce shortage in business aviation. The article identifies issues and suggests solutions, which align with solutions being implemented by Pathways to Aviation.
Our job board partner, JSfirm.com, released its annual business aviation survey. We've taken the liberty of virtually replicating its press release below.