Salaries and Careers

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Salaries and Careers2017-09-29T19:19:16-08:00

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Drone Pilot Salaries:

Growth, Credit: Stock PhotographyThe commercial drone industry is growing rapidly, and this growth is already disrupting other industries. This was only compounded when the FAA lifted regulations governing public airspace, created the Remote Pilot certification and the FAA Part 107 Knowledge Exam. Now is the time to take advantage of the education offered by Drone Universities.

Graduates of Drone Universities can receive Job/Career placement services, which can fast track you into a paying commercial drone career.

The average drone pilot salary is $50,000-$60,000 and top earners have salaries as high as $160,000.

Drone Careers:

The following is a short list of some of the exciting new drone career opportunities. A unique feature of the drone industry is, as the underlying technologies improve, new career opportunities evolve.

  • Aerial Cinematographer

  • Aerial Photographer

  • Commercial Operator

  • Construction

  • Consultant

  • Instructor/Trainer

  • Mapping/GIS

  • Military

  • Precision Agriculture

  • Racing Pilot

  • Real Estate

  • Utilities

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