NAFI members say instructor pay is too low

01/7/2013 | Flying online

Initial analysis of a poll conducted by the National Association of Flight Instructors of its members suggests that compensation for flight instructors is too low. Many instructors are forced to take second jobs to support themselves. "Until we can bring wages for instructors up to a level commensurate with the investment in training they have incurred and to a level that allows [flight instruction] to be competitive as full-time employment, we are likely to see instruction remain a part-time way they support themselves," said NAFI Executive Director Jason Blair.

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