The University of North Dakota and United Airlines are joining to create a clear path to jobs for students who graduate from the university's aviation program. "We're looking at it as, [at] United we need to hire somewhere between 500 and 700 pilots a year for the foreseeable future and this is one tool that we have now to help us manage that," said United Capt. Mike McCasky.
N.D. university, United Airlines build job path for pilots
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