Airline employment hits record low in April

06/16/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Employment in the U.S. airline industry fell 4.1% in April, extending a 22-month slide that has brought total employment to its lowest levels since the Transportation Department began keeping statistics in 1990. Regional airlines saw the biggest declines, trimming 9.3% of workers compared with year-earlier levels, while employment at discount carriers edged up 0.5%.

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