Industry News - Aviation Staffing - 2012

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Hundreds attend Washington aviation jobs fair
Hundreds attend Washington aviation jobs fair

Nearly 300 job seekers applied for work at a recent aviation and aerospace jobs fair in Everett, Washington.

Pennsylvania aviation manufacturing firm to expand
Pennsylvania aviation manufacturing firm to expand

Aviation manufacturing is continuing to drive an overall economic recovery.

Private U.S. firms added 120,000 jobs in March
Private U.S. firms added 120,000 jobs in March

The U.S. economy added 120,000 jobs in March, as the nation's overall economic recovery continues.

U.S. aviation staffing heats up
U.S. aviation staffing heats up

The U.S. economy is continuing to stage a recovery, with aviation staffing fueling the job market.

Space Florida CEO wants to triple regional aerospace jobs
Space Florida CEO wants to triple regional aerospace jobs

Space Florida's CEO recently told locals that his company intends create a surge in aerospace staffing in the state.

Aviation supports 56 million jobs worldwide, says report
Aviation supports 56 million jobs worldwide, says report

The aviation industry is responsible for 56 million jobs throughout the world, according to a report.

U.S. adds 227,000 jobs in February
U.S. adds 227,000 jobs in February

U.S. adds jobs as aviation set to experience uptick in staffing

Deloitte predicts 2012 commercial aircraft growth
Deloitte predicts 2012 commercial aircraft growth

A Deloitte report indicates production will rise for the commercial aircraft industry in 2012.

Aviation staffing poised to aid Wisconsin economy
Aviation staffing poised to aid Wisconsin economy

While Wisconsin's economy lost 3,900 private sector jobs last month, the figures still represented an improvement of 13,500 positions over December 2010, and the state looks poised to increase its aviation staffing significantly.


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