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Subject: Mid-Life Career Change - Is it too late?
 
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09/08/2008 5:30 PM  
I have been in aviation my entire adult life. Having flown nearly 14000 hours of accident and violation free flight time in helicopters and jets, I am at a crossroads in my career. My background is Military, EMS, and many years of corporate aviation. With seven Type Ratings in Bell, Sikorsky, Citations, Hawkers, and Gulfstream aircraft I am ready to throw in the corporate towel. I am tired of putting on a suit and tie every day and flying ungrateful executives all over the world at all hours. My reason for posting this is in hopes of someone out there knows of an operator that is in need of a hard working professional that has dual ATP ratings, an A&P (that I went to school for and have used), Associates and Bachelors Degrees in Management, and willing to relocate. Any and all responses are appreciated.
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