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Aviation Workforce: Current and Future Availability of Aviation Engineering and Maintenance Professionals
Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
Maintaining a safe and robust aviation system requires qualified aviation professionals -- including aerospace engineers, aircraft mechanics, and avionics technicians -- to design, manufacture, and repair more than 225,000 aircraft. Aviation stakeholders have expressed concerns that an insufficient supply of personnel could develop because of imminent retirements and a perception that fewer people enter these professions. This report reviewed the supply and demand of aviation professionals. It discusses (1) what available data and forecasts reveal about the need for and potential availability of aerospace engineers, aircraft mechanics, and avionics technicians; and (2) what actions industry and the federal government are taking to help attract and retain these professionals. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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