US Dept. of Transportation's Bureau of Transportation Statistics reported that US airlines employed “virtually the same number of workers” in November in 2010 as they did in the year-ago month. The November full-time equivalent employee total of 379,335 was only 23 below that of November 2009. The report noted that prior to November, there were 28 consecutive months of year-over-year cuts in FTE levels for US scheduled passenger carriers. BTS said five network carriers ...

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