Recovering Aviation Industry is Increasing Demand for Aviation Technicians
Skilled Aviation Technicians were in short supply for years before the pandemic hit the world, creating opportunities worldwide for an aviation career. As the world returns to air travel, demand in the aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) sector has increased the need for skilled Aviation Technicians once again.
A recent report focused on the future of the aviation industry found that the aviation maintenance industry is on the road to recovery. The report by Oliver Wyman found that a steady increase in demand for leisure travel is helping to improve revenue in the MRO sector.
“Right now, the effects of Covid-19 are not responsible for any of our aviation graduates not having a position out in the industry, “shared a Career Services Representative from Hallmark University. “I have more employers who are looking to hire than I do graduates who are looking for work.”
Despite the pandemic’s stresses and complications, the MRO industry is projected to grow over the next ten years. The survey stated that a shortage of Aircraft Technicians is among the greatest challenges facing aviation today, as a limited talent pool and labor scarcity have hampered the return to normal.
The Aviation Industry is on the path to recovery, making a promising path filled with opportunities as the demand for technicians once again outpaces the supply.