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In the Transportation, Airline, and Logistics Industries, competition for business is difficult enough.
But competition for talent is even tougher!
As global economies expand airlines will take delivery of tens of thousands of new commercial jetliners over the next 20 years, there is an extraordinary demand for people to fly and maintain these airplanes
Before 2036, the aviation industry will need to supply more than 2 million new commercial airline pilots, maintenance technicians, and cabin crew
Over the next 20 years in order to maintain the world fleet, it is projected that 637,000 new commercial pilots, 648,000 new maintenance technicians, and 839,000 new cabin crew will be needed
Educational outreach and career pipeline programs will be essential to inspiring the next generation of pilots, technicians, and cabin crew
Early student engagement and defined aviation career paths will help expand the reach to new demographics
The growing diversity and mobility of aviation personnel will require instructors to have cross-cultural, cross-generational, and multilingual skills to engage with tomorrow's workplace
Difficulty finding candidates with the required skills
Lack of awareness of the logistics function and interest in the field
Competition from other industries for top talent can be fierce
Larger competitors may have stronger brand recognition
A shortfall in reliable drivers and seafarers
Changing definition of independent contractors and employees
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