Which country is best for aviation jobs?

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Which country is best for aviation jobs?

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Aviation is a broad topic that can mean a variety of things depending on the university you study at.
The United States appears to be the country with the quickest aviation industry recovery. It has a strong domestic air travel market, as well as government help for airlines.
Besides, The United States also has the most established large general aviation industry and training infrastructure, which will be very important in the coming years, especially for pilot training.
I believe that the United States produces the best fighter planes, but I am unaware of other countries’ capabilities.
 

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Hello aridanielzz, I also think that America is the best in this matter, although now with the coronavirus this industry has sagged a little from the point of view of the economy, for me, I think that soon everything will return to the usual life. Now there are a lot of marketplace companies where, for example, autopilot engineers, or simple engineers, pilots, mechanics can offer their services for large companies or take orders on their own. For example, I am engaged in Aerospace Mechanical Engineering at https://engre.co/, which is an American company, so I think that for pilots and engineers the best opportunities are only in America. As mentioned above, America has many advantages, such as support from the state during the crisis, believe me, in Europe, many of my friends did not get the payment from the government at all. Also in America, there are very good flight schools for pilot training.

 

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60% of the World's fleet is based in the USA, therefore the logical response is the USA, based solely on fleet-size. Remember that since the birth of aviation, there has been only 570,000 (approximately) total aircraft ever built, flown, existed (not including Spacecraft)...thats all Business/General Aviation, Commercial, Military, and Rotary.