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Major US airlines are going on a hiring spree after slashing tens of thousands of jobs

11 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Airlines are in need of more staff as air travel makes a comeback after a turbulent year.
One year after slashing thousands of employees' jobs due to COVID-19 cutting flight demand, top airline companies in the US are going on a hiring spree.
American, Delta, United, and Southwest have all announced they are hiring pilots and other positions before the end of the year.
American was set to furlough 19,000 employees in October, while United said cuts would affect more than 16,000 jobs. Delta said it planned to furlough 1,941 pilots in October after federal aid...
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