Find a career in aviation or aerospace that is right for you.

Overall the airport manager is responsible for continuously safe and efficient operations for all users of the airport and its facilities.

Average Salary: $104,541

Environmental scientists and specialists use their knowledge of the natural sciences to protect the environment and human health.

Average Salary: $77,900

Airport planners contribute to the design and layouts for aviation facilities.

Average Salary: $64,083

Some economists study the cost of products, healthcare, or energy, while others examine employment levels, business cycles, exchange rates, taxes, inflation, or interest rates.

Average Salary: $105,160

Aviation logisticians oversee activities including purchasing, shipping and transportation, inventory, warehousing, and delivery.

Average Salary: $75,580

Avionics technicians are often needed to analyze and solve complex electronic problems.

Average Salary: $65,700

Cargo and freight agents facilitate shipments of goods through airline, train, and trucking terminals and shipping docks.

Average Salary: $41,140

Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors may also assist and brief passengers on safety and emergency procedures.

Average Salary: $67,100

Aviation and airport civil engineers work occurs in and on airport property and working hours may include day or night shifts depending on the project.

Average Salary: $87,060

Corporate pilots fly a variety of small, medium and large general aviation aircraft. Employers can include private individuals.

Average Salary: $100,000