HOW TO GET INTO AVIATION: On the Ground and in the Air -- Men and Women by John B. Walker

HOW TO GET INTO AVIATION: On the Ground and in the Air -- Men and Women

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here's a chance for a quick sale on a subject that is in the news today and tomorrow. Format similar to American White Paper. The author (of United Air Lines) discusses authoritatively the opportunities in aviation, the natures of the jobs, salaries, costs of training, and learning to fly at government expense. A reference value in names and location of principal companies which will get bulk of business, and of the employment of people. Covers wide range, -- clerks, mechanics, pilots, salesmen, radio operators, stenographers, accountants, stewards, passenger agents, draftsmen, engineers, photographers, timekeepers, etc. Publishers planning newspaper advertising, imprinted cards, streamers for windows, etc.

Publisher: Random House