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Offline truthaisaria

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ตั้งแต่เริ่มสอบ ตรวจสุขภาพ ค่าเรียน รวมไปถึงสัญญาทาสที่ยาวนานและเอาเปรียบ
สวัสดิการที่ไม่ได้ต่างจากพนง.ออฟฟิต ประกันชีวิตที่น้อยมาก

     The management of this low cost carrier in Thailand
 knows that the economy is bad and that there are 1000's of pilots on the street looking for a job- supply and demand is certainly in airline management's favor.  Normally, as an expensive cost of doing business, airlines train their pilots when they are hired.  Newly hired pilots go through an indoctrination course, and are provided training, usually a type rating, in the aircraft they are going to fly for their employer.  The employer also provides the pilot employee with a salary, per diem, lodging, etc., while going through training.

     However, airline management got "smart."  They thought to themselves, "Why pay for all this expensive training when pilots can pay for this themselves!"  So what do they do?  They'll advertise employment opportunities for pilots at their airline, but they ask the applicants to first pay for their own interview screening.  If a pilot is hired, he is then required to pay for his own training!  Of course, this training amounts to tens of thousands of additional dollars over and above the tens of thousands of dollars they have already paid for their initial flight training and their college education. 

     You would think that any airline would have a hard time finding pilots willing to risk taking on all that additional debt for an airline pilot job.  However, this airline has no problem finding applicants willing to pay tens of thousands of dollars for this entry level first officer job.  Supply and demand rears its ugly head again.  So much for that pilot shortage we keep hearing about!

Offline VinaLivia

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