Podcast: The Business Aviation Employment Outlook for 2022

Jan. 3, 2022

The past two years have shown how quickly employment trends can swing from one extreme to the other. How will the job market for business aviation respond in 2022 to an environment with several promising trends, but also some uncertainty? “I think we’re going to see corporate operators having to get a lot more creative and open-minded about the level of experience for the people who they are hiring,” notes Aviation Personnel International’s Jennifer Pickerel. “For prospective jobseekers, it’s a very good time to go into business aviation.”

In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:

  • Jennifer Guthrie, CEO, In-Flight Crew Connections
  • Jennifer Pickerel, vice-president, Aviation Personnel International

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