(PRWEB) July 28, 2005
AirlineJOB.net announces that regional airline job opportunities are up 150% since 2003, which confirms the US Bureau of Transportation May Passenger Airline Employment Report.
"In 2005, we have seen a significant increase in openings for entry level jobs, from flight attendants to customer service agents, gate agents, ramp and cargo positions. In addition, there has been a dramatic increase in aircraft maintenance and engineering positions, as well as management opportunities," states Julia Dean, President of http://www.AirlineJOB.net, an international airline job website.
"As indicated in the recent BTS employment report, we have seen the greatest rise in regional airline jobs with the low cost/low fair airlines that are profitable and growing rapidly. These airlines offer a safer bet for long-term employment. However, our job database reflects that even the large national and international carriers are hiring in significant numbers, compared to just one year ago," continues Dean.
AirlineJOB.net offers membership access to a database of over 1,400 current airline jobs in North America and internationally, with most positions in the US. The company also sells The 2005 Airline Job Guide which includes a directory of over 70 international airlines, and a step-by-step guide on how to apply effectively to each airline.
"In 2003 and early 2004 we consistently had between 900 and 1,100 airline job postings in our database. For the last 3 months, we have consistently had over 1,400 airline job opportunities posted on our member website from about 121 airlines worldwide. We have never seen such a high record of openings. We consider it a positive time for prospective airline employees," enthuses Dean.
SO WHY GET INTO THE AIRLINES?
"Airline jobs continue to offer free travel benefits for employees Â a perk not offered by any other industry," states Dean. "Even an entry level employee such as a scheduling clerk, a reservation agent or a bus driver can get fantastic airline travel benefits. Some jobs give you free coffee Â airline jobs give you free travel."
"Of course, the travel benefits vary by airline; each airline offers some type of regional, national or international travel discount, so these are great jobs for people with family living in distant cities, or for people who just love to travel." The AirlineJOB.net website reveals the Travel Benefits for Southwest, Delta and other airline employees for interested applicants at http://www.airlinejob.net/travel-benefits.htm
"Our customers are people who are seeking to break into the airline industry very quickly, or existing airline employees seeking a faster promotion, or a position change within the industry," notes Dean.
"We offer the most comprehensive airline job and flight attendant job search database in the world Â and membership starts as low as US $15.95. Our members love our service because they can quickly apply to all the current airline jobs they are interested in."
MOST PEOPLE GET A NEW JOB WITHIN 3 MONTHS
"A survey of our members indicated that most people find an airline job within 3 months Â it just takes persistence and the necessary skills. For entry level jobs, the basic requirement is a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and a positive attitude Â not bad for a job that can have you flying from Chicago to Fort Lauderdale for about $20.00."
AirlineJOB.net is a Delaware LLC that tracks jobs for over 120 airlines. The company offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee policy to all of its members, and is committed to helping people get airline jobs faster. Airline Employers can post jobs for free or research advertising options by going to the "Employers" pages of the website.
For more information, visit http://www.airlinejob.net or contact Linda Peterson via email.
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