starcheckdriver said:I made $37,000 my first year as a CMH floater and was on track to make the same this year until I changed jobs over to JetRide.
starchkr said:Yes rubicon it is...this is also the same guy who said he was trying to get on "at a better place" aka ASA, so that is why i gave him his pay rates for his preferred job versus just his lowly cargo job incase he has to end up suffering through Airnet.
And actually Purvis, i really was only kinda joking, mostly serious after the last thread about his job choices. But hey, i do LOVE to be sarcastic...it is fun!!!
here was his original thread topic...
"I have a interview coming up at Airnet. I also have one coming up at ASA. I realize a regional is a better place to work, but if that doesnt pan out I will take the job at airnet(if hired). Im just wonder how the QOL is? Is it hard working that night shift? What is a typical night like? Are you so freaking tired you have to sleep all weekend? It seems that this single pilot night IFR twin time would look excellent on a resume.. Seems like a great place to build some quality time fast."
Notice third sentence in particular...
Buuuutttttt, to make you feel better, the pay rates above are not always average, they are probably the extreme, and most will make less. Most likely in the high 20's with an average run.
Glad to here we are on the back burner. He'll fit in better at ASA anyway.I realize a regional is a better place to work, but if that doesnt pan out I will take the job at airnet(if hired).