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Running Head: Draft 1 Blended Activity Draft Billy Bruck Embry Riddle August 2019 1
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Running Head: Draft 2 The reason behind this study is to find out if benefits in military pilots are the same or less versus a civilian pilot’s in the aviation industry market. This paper will have a dependent variable that will be the outcome of the variable during this research to see the phenomenon of the current pilots in short. What is being used for this research is the 1500 hours rule and the retired age for pilots. Between the 1500hrs rule and pilot retirement is causing a shortage of pilots in the aviation industry. How pilots are coming over to the military to help off set this shortage will help. The question is are pilots leaving the military will better off in the civilian sector or retired in the military. This paper will investigate to see what is better for either of the pilots. The dependent and independent variable Using the independent or predictor variable of the Airline Transport Pilots 1500-hour rule and age 65 retirement. The dependent or outcome in the phenomenon . Finding out the current or the shortage of pilots. Intervening or mediating variable in compensation Using the ATP rule and how many pilots retired will come up with how short of pilots is. As well to find the compensation link between both pilots, in independent and dependents variable. 2
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Running Head: Draft 3 Data The data will be simple and ordinal, surveyed will be good to give opinion in this research. using the T-Test to test the null hypothesis to see if there any differences between the military and civilian pilots, if allowing to see if pilots will increase or decrease the shortage. If the null is rejected than we will know that there is a different between these types of jobs as pilots, making it is not worth the jump from one job to another. 3
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Running Head: Draft 4 References: 1. Butcher, J. N. (June 10,2010). Psychological Assessment of Airline Pilots Applicants with the MMPI-2.
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