Airlines Job opportunities increases in November

U.S. scheduled passenger Airlines employed 386,912 workers in November, 1.5 percent more than in November 2013, DOT reported. November was the 12th consecutive month that full-time employment for U.S.
scheduled passenger Airlines was higher than the same month in the previous year. The five network Airlines that collectively employ two-thirds of the scheduled passenger employees reported 0.4 percent more full-time employees (FTEs) in November 2014. Alaska Airlines, Delta, American and US Airways increased FTEs from November 2013 while United reduced FTEs.
The six low-cost carriers -- Allegiant, Spirit, Virgin America, JetBlue, Frontier and Southwest -- all reported increases in full-time employees.

Among the 13 regional carriers, eight carriers reported
increased employment levels during November 2014: PSA, Mesa, Republic, Envoy, Compass, Horizon Air, SkyWest and Shuttle America.

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