Do you want to know what are the best places to live for aviation jobs in the US? Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving you some very useful tips. It is a fact that some states in the United States are better poised in terms of offering more promising job prospects to the personnel involved in the aviation industry. Today we bring you the top states for those looking for a job in the aviation industry.
Whether you are an airline pilot, a flight attendant, an aircraft mechanic, an aircraft service technician, an air traffic controller or just someone involved in some capacity with the aircraft industry, it is important for your career that you consider the option of relocating to these states in order to give yourself the best opportunity to succeed in your chosen line of work.If you are a professional involved in the aviation industry, you will naturally gravitate towards states that are able to attract investments from aviation employers. The states that are able to attract aviation employers are in turn good for aviation employee.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked two states from their list.
Massachusetts is the first state in our list. Industry size rank (according to PwC) is 10th, overall attractiveness ranking to aviation companies is 21st, cost of Living rank is 46th and cost of Living index score: 129.4
We begin our list with Massachusetts. The state came in 2nd on PwC’s educational attainment ranking which helped it get to 21st on most attractive states for airline companies. But a prohibitively high cost of living rank of 46th might make you want to think twice before shifting here. Washington is the sescon and last for now. Industry size rank (according to PwC) is 7th, the overall attractiveness ranking to aviation companies is 12th, cost of Living rank is 37th and cost of Living index score is 106.1. The 7th position on Insidier Moneky’s list is a 3-way tie and we have had to resort to the overall attractiveness ranking to break the tie. First up is Washington, which is ranked 9th due to its score of 12th on the overall attractiveness ranking to aviation companies.
For any further interesting information read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 best places to live for aviation jobs in the US.