The aviation sector offers a wide range of career opportunities. However, it is an intensely competitive industry. The jobs in this field, both easy and hard, always result as 'challenging' because several factors need to be considered before anyone can get accepted for each position.
The most crucial criteria for the aviation industry is education and experience. It is a highly technical field so education and practical skill is a must. Technology is also the backbone of aviation. Hence, it is important for anyone eyeing a career in this field to keep up and/or be skilled with the latest technological trends to stay relevant in their positions.
Exposure to certain networks or organizations is also important because aviation is like medicine, the knowledge and practice within the field always require updates and retraining. If one does not have connections with such organizations, there can be regressions which could lead to malfunctions and malpractices in the field. Similarly, licenses and certifications need to be kept up-to-date. Aviation is a highly regulated sector. No one can fly, build, or repair and aircraft without proper certifications and registrations.
As stated earlier, the aviation industry is a cutthroat one. Many candidates vie for limited posts. To be able to get their feet in the door, they must have education, experience, technological background, extensive networks and required certifications. All these are qualifications readily possessed by a transitioning veteran with aviation training. It then comes to no surprise that the aviation sector is densely populated by people with military backgrounds.
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ACE Group is generally governed by the golden rule: treat others as you wish to be treated. They treat their customers with the same level of performance and attention that they want to receive back from them. The same goes for their employees. They focus and invest on the needs of their staff to get the same level of dedication from them when it comes to their work.
Still, in the spirit of the golden rule, ACE Group is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) who welcome veterans and their family members into their organization. Veteran subject matter experts are important for ACE Group because their projects greatly revolve around military operations, policy, doctrine, and technology solutions.