Air Transportation

January 2006
Career Guide to Industries;2006/2007, p121
Trade Publication
The article reports on the significance of the airline industry for the economic development of the U.S. Working conditions in air transportation vary widely, depending on the occupation. The air transportation industry provides 515,000 wage and salary jobs. Wage and salary jobs in the air transportation industry are projected to increase by 9 percent during the 2004-2014 period.


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