Intrapersonal- Aware of emotions, motivations, beliefs, and goals
Commercial pilots and airline pilots carrying passengers or cargo need a commercial pilot’s license, an instrument rating, be 18 or older and have 250 hours of flight experience. In addition, many companies require employees to undergo physical, psychological and aptitude tests to make sure they can handle the enormous amount of stress they face during an airline pilot career.
Today, most airline pilots and commercial airline pilots attain an associate’s or bachelor’s degree from a certified civilian flight school or train with a certified instructor to begin a commercial airline pilot career. Many employers require pilots to have a degree.
Median pay: $100,000 per year
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