Myth or Fact? Why are U.K/British pilots struggling to find their first job, then once they get the hours are still struggling? The question Is... Is it easier to get a job being a American Aviator Or British Aviator. For Aviation
There are even TV Shows about pilots having to travel across the world just to find work with a British passport. Worst Place To Be A Pilot - Season 1 / Episode 3 - Full Episode
Meanwhile, CNN posted an article that U.S American pilots are in heavy demand and big companies are practically kicking down the door for new pilots. I list my sources so you know what I'm talking about.
Is it a fact that U.S student pilots are having trouble paying for training with the U.S economy or is it because there are harsher rules for Americans so now less people are meeting the requirements? Are older pilots retiring? etc.