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bdb1231 said:I think in theory, the younger you are, the more likely they will hire you.
Wrong? Around 2008 the average age of new entry pilots was 32 and looking at my fellow OJTs it's not any different a few years later. In fact, hiring is probably opposite to what you think, the older you are (i.e. more life experience) the better candidate you present for the recruiter. So without any numbers (but actual experience of the process) to back it up I would say you have a better percentage chance of being hired as an an older candidate than as a younger one.