The Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) announces that a federal court has blocked a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) mandate that would require most employers to post workplace notices informing employees of their collective barga
Careercast.com has posted its list of 200 jobs of 2012 ranked best to worst. Software Engineers came in as the best job to have. Lumberjacks came in last.
So where do aircraft mechanics come in? Well, here is the ranking of the aviation-related jobs on the list:
#60 – Aerospace Engineer
#125 – Air Traffic Controller
#144 – Aircraft Mechanic
Pilots and Flight Attendants weren’t on the list.
Automobile Mechanics came in at #145, just below Aircraft Mechanics.
I was sitting down watching a NASCAR race recently and it struck me how the sport places a huge emphasis on its maintenance professionals!
Every NASCAR fan has his or her favorite driver. But their knowledge typically doesn’t stop with the driver. NASCAR does a good job of educating the public about the drivers’ crew chiefs – the top mechanics for the teams – at every opportunity it gets. As a result, not only does the typical NASCAR fan know who the crew chief is for their favorite driver, they likely know the crew chiefs for many of the drivers on the track.
Join more than 1,400 airline executives, manufacturers, suppliers and government officials from around the globe May 21-24, 2012 at the Minneapolis Convention Center for the Regional Airline Association (RAA) annual convention.
• Build valuable business relationships with some 200 exhibitors
• Network with the leaders of the regional airline industry flying more than half the nation's scheduled flights
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