Looking for guidance on how to get into aviation maintenance

  1. BannedHtrtBanned
    Recently, I have been seriously considering trying to get into the aviation maintenance industry. I have always loved anything aviation related and have often thought about going the maintenance route.

    I am 19 years old and have one year of college with a good GPA. From what I have read, it seems like the best bet to go to a trade school for the AM and then get the A&P certificate (correct me if I am wrong). This would not be a problem for me, but I am concerned about the ability to get a job as a young graduate with no work experience other than summer jobs. Would it be necessary to relocate to get a good job, or are decent entry-level jobs generally available and easy to get for new mechanics.

    Also, I have always been interested in electronics, so avionics work sounds especially interesting to me. Is there a special path you would take to work more in avionics, or are the certifications all the same and you would have to be hired to work more avionics-specific jobs.
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  3. Iratar
    Keep an eye on the news: https://www.aerospheres.com/news/ and make your own mind up. I work on Boeing's and they're behemoths in the industry that require a lot of maintenance.
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