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Jourdon Jensen

Multiple Intelligences

Musical- Learn best through lectures and often use rhythm and music as a way to memorize things

Intrapersonal- Aware of emotions, motivations, beliefs, and goals

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Commercial Pilot

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.

School/ Training

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.

Demand/ Wages

From now until 2034 there is a demand of 28,000 new pilot jobs needed in the world

Median pay: $100,000 per year

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