aviation-world

Statistics are based on graduates employed in the aviation sector from January 2010 – December 2020.

When considering an aviation career, have you explored all the options available to you?

World
The
of
Aviation
comm

38%

PIA GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT IN THIS SECTOR

Maintenance at a commercial airline involves routine and unexpected maintenance on the planes that carry passengers across the world.

Commercial
Aviation
mro

35%

Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) facilities handle a lot of the heavy maintenance that is required on all aircraft.

MRO

PIA GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT IN THIS SECTOR

corp

5%

Companies rely on aircraft to further their businesses, making once inaccessible markets easy to travel to.

Corporate
Aviation

PIA GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT IN THIS SECTOR

manu

8%

Assembling an aircraft requires the precision and skill developed during training for an A&P Technician.

Aircraft Manufacturing

PIA GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT IN THIS SECTOR

military

7%

Military contracting by aviation companies often involves the development and production of equipment that helps keep our nation safe.

Military

PIA GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT IN THIS SECTOR

cargo

2%

In our modern world, quick transportation of goods is essential to keep the economy moving. Aircraft in this sector make that possible.

Cargo

PIA GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT IN THIS SECTOR

med

2%

Life saving medical transport allows patients to be moved quickly from accident scenes and between hospitals to ensure they are receiving the care they need.

  Medical 
Transport

PIA GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT IN THIS SECTOR

unman

2%

The development of unmanned aircraft has introduced a whole new sector to aviation – one that is still evolving as new technology emerges.

Unmanned
Aircraft

PIA GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT IN THIS SECTOR

space

1%

The ability to exit the Earth’s atmosphere is made possible by the powerful engines and systems that are maintained by aviation technicians.

Space

PIA GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT IN THIS SECTOR

next arrow