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    Re: Should I Apply to a CTI School?

    The current hiring plans forecasts around 1k new hires per year through 2020.

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    Re: Should I Apply to a CTI School?

    There's also the military route if you're into being told what to do. If you sign up with the Guard, you will train tower or radar. Just another point of view

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    Re: Should I Apply to a CTI School?

    Just go to what ever school that will be the fastest. I also have a BA in history and i was able to finish my cti degree in 9 months at mt sac. I was selected on my first panel to CA. I would not limit yourself to one state if you really want this job. Like others have said you can always transfer later.

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    Re: Should I Apply to a CTI School?

    ^Fellow history major
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    Re: Should I Apply to a CTI School?

    Clearly being a history major is doing no one any good these days lol my friend is working in a factory with his degree haha

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    Re: Should I Apply to a CTI School?

    Quote Originally Posted by cucciarre View Post
    Clearly being a history major is doing no one any good these days lol my friend is working in a factory with his degree haha
    I've been with the FAA over two years now, I'd say it's working out pretty good for me haha
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    Re: Should I Apply to a CTI School?

    Quote Originally Posted by mbalunda View Post
    I've been with the FAA over two years now, I'd say it's working out pretty good for me haha
    I was talking about actually using your history major for history major careers

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    Re: Should I Apply to a CTI School?

    About transferring: I remember reading somewhere online that it is either difficult to transfer and/or not a lot of people do. (I remember reading like 85% stay in the same facility once they are placed). Is this completely wrong or...? Also, how long would it take for me to get enough experience to be able to transfer?

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    Re: Should I Apply to a CTI School?

    Depends in the facility and level. If you start out at a small facility (I.e. Level 5) it's probably a training facility and you can get out in 3 years. Higher facilities will want to keep you longer so maybe 7 years for level 12 Enroute. I'm just spitballing estimations here so no one get angry and "correct" my numbers please and thank you

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    Re: Should I Apply to a CTI School?

    I believe the common consensus is make cpc, then put in at least a year.

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