While my husband is debating whether to accept a position with EJA, he learned that EJA had tremendously inflated the cost of their training contracts. He was given information that this was done to prevent pilots from taking the job and then quitting before their first 2 years were completed. Has anyone else heard that his is happening? It appears that there are several pilots in an upcoming class whose contract is worth $8,000 less than mine for the same aircraft. We understand management’s reasoning behind such a move, but if this action was necessary to retain pilots, what all is going on that would cause pilots to leave prior to fulfilling the contract obligation?