If not, we would strongly recommend you start another new random life until you get a smart character. While studying in high school, you can go to the library and maintain the smartness stats.
But the problem is there is no guarantee that there would be a vacancy for a pilot trainee job right after you graduated from medical school. If you are lucky, you may get approved for the pilot -trainee job after graduating from graduate school(With Engineering qualification) or Join air force in the military then apply for Pilot Trainee.
Keep shuffling until you see the Pilot Trainee Job, which is required to becomePilot. Another important job you can have is becoming a pilot, where you travel the world, taking people to other exotic and foreign locations.
It’s a highly regarded profession to have, and obtaining it takes a bit of time. © Provided by GamePurTo become a pilot in Billie, you need to focus on keeping your smart stat as high as possible throughout your early years.
One of these two choices works fine, and then while in college, you need to continue doing the same thing you ’ve been doing through in high school, where you study hard for your classes and maintain your smarts stat. You ’ll do this until you graduate, and then you want to apply for medical school, hence choosing biology or psychology is essential to continue towards a pilot ’s career.
You ’ll spend the next few years in medical school, continuing the rinse and repeat process of studying hard, keeping your smart stats up, and staying out of trouble. If your character finds themselves going to jail at all during this time, they could make it more difficult to continue your schooling.
You should find it appear in the job’s list underneath occupation, but it’s pretty difficult to see appear, so you might have plenty of difficulty to have it appear, unfortunately. Mostly, it’s a patient game of working hard, keeping your life balance, and ensuring you don’t cause too much trouble with your co-workers.
As with most hard careers in Billie, your stats play a vital role in helping you land the job. For pilots, you ’ll need to have lots of smarts to help you get through school and university.
Just study hard, read lots of books, and make sure not to skip school. Live your life as normal, and once you get through high school immediately go to university.
Hopefully you brought up your smarts high enough for a scholarship, so go ahead and pick any major, it doesn’t really matter. This will help your smarts and it’ll improve your odds of getting the pilot job.
In order to take the pilot test you must complete a mandatory 40 hours of flight school, so go ahead and do that. You ’ll need roughly $1,000-$2,000 (varies with your country) to take 10 hours of class at a time.
You can take your pilot license test once you have 40 hours of school. This job is very rare and it’ll take some time to show unless you get really lucky.
You ’ll earn an achievement for becoming a chief pilot for the first time if you ’ve never done it before. If you're looking to fly the friendly skies in Billie then you're going to need to know a few things before making that happen.
This process got a lot more complicated in past updates, so you will now need to head to flight school, and then take a test to get your pilot's license! Most of your stats don't really matter for becoming a Pilot in the game, but being smart is the most helpful.
Try to age through life pretty quickly and then once you hit your High School or equivalent for your country then start studying hard. Now, the career path only says you need University, but I found it was basically impossible to get the job without having a Graduate degree.
So, I would recommend going to Graduate school just to save yourself some headache. It will cost you $960 to take it, so use our guide below with a bunch of the answers from the test.
We are looking for Pilot Trainee, and if you don't see it you can age up or you can close the game out completely and re-open it to get a new batch of careers. Once you find Pilot Trainee, apply for it and hopefully you'll get an interview.
You will eventually be promoted to Co- Pilot and get a nice boost in salary. You should get the Pilot career achievement when you hit Airline Captain.
If you don't see the answer to your test on here, you can close out of Billie completely and re-open it to get a new question. The best paying jobs in Billie are much the same as in real life: doctors, lawyers, pilots, actors, dentists, and more.
So getting the best job in Billie is much the same as it is in real life: pick a career path, study hard, and find a way in. However, each Billie is going to be very different, and the best paying jobs can change on a number of different factors: country of birth, family income, and your own personal smarts rating just to name a few.
While we have got a few basic tips to help you get where you want to be, we strongly recommend shopping about a bit as early as you can in life. It should be fairly obvious, but we’ve got a link at the top of the page that details how to get into each graduate school.
Ideally, you wait until you have a naturally good-looking person as surgery is expensive and prone to failure. Then, just get a job as an actor or porn star, which shouldn’t give you too much trouble if you ’ve got good looks.
We also recommend posting on social media as often as possible from a young age to increase your number of followers. This should skyrocket when you become a famous actor or porn star, but starting young will give you a head start.
Jet pilots are responsible for transporting cargo and passengers for airlines and may participate in aircraft testing, crop dusting and rescue operations. They are responsible for performing preflight maintenance checks and ensuring that the engine, the plane's navigation equipment, and all systems are operating properly.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certifies a number of flight schools, as well as some pilot training programs found in universities and colleges. Should you choose to enroll in an FAA-approved bachelor's degree program, you'll take classes covering technical communications, flight physiology, aviation law, commercial pilot ground, gas turbine engines and advanced avionics.
Before takeoff, you'll inspect aircraft instrumentation and engines to ascertain they are operating correctly and check with dispatchers on weather conditions. When necessary, you'll report aircraft malfunctions or emergency situations, and safely steer flights in bad weather.
In order to qualify for FAA licensing, you must undergo medical examinations and be declared in good health. You must be at least 18 years of age with good vision and hearing, and have acquired a minimum of 250 hours of flight training experience.
Additionally, if you'd like to fly for an airline, you must have acquired an air transportation pilot's license, and have accumulated at least 1,500 hours of flight experience. Pilots retain their licenses indefinitely if they pass occasional health examinations, which are required by the FAA.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that airline pilots who worked in the scheduled air transportation industry earned mean annual salaries of $173,270 in 2018 (www.bls.gov). As part of their jobs, they also received life and health insurance, and are granted free or discounted fares and retirement benefits.
Air traffic controllers need an associate's degree, and while they do not operate aircraft themselves, they communicate closely with pilots to ensure that all flights depart and arrive safely. They monitor all aircraft and communicate with pilots about which runway to use to take off or land, and they advise them of weather systems or other factors that may require them to adjust altitude or course.