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Temporary positions are available to meet current operational needs. If a permanent position becomes available during your assignment, you may have the opportunity to be considered to fill that vacancy after all eligible employees have been considered. Keep in mind that we do not guarantee that permanent opportunities will be available during or after temporary assignments end.

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1st year $26.68 per flight hour to start with annual increases up to $67.11 per flight hour.

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The interview process is scary and exciting. The waiting part after the initial interview is the worst. You have to be upbeat and ready for any questions. You may have to keep trying if the first time around doesn't work out.

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United is proud to serve our markets around the world, and embraces the diversity of our employees and customers. With very few exceptions, our positions in the United States are only open to citizens of the United States. Only for highly specialized roles that require unique technical talent do we sponsor foreign nationals' work authorization.

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Fly the friendly skies

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First you have to apply

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The best place to start is united.jobs to browse open positions. When you begin applying for any job, you'll have the opportunity to opt-in to job alerts, which we highly recommend doing. In order to be considered for any specific job, applicants need to complete job-specific applications. So just having something "on file" with us may not connect you with the right opportunity when one becomes available.

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2 months of tests and more test but you did get paid.

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If qualified and are hired depending on the needs of the company you can be hired very quickly. Training is a very important component to this job. You must be available when called.

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Training for 2 weeks, passing several test requirements. Safety, hospitality and captain law.

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