After nearly two years punctuated by the pandemic, the aeronautics sector is showing strong signs of recovery. To cope with this announced recovery, Airbus is preparing to hire 6,000 people worldwide.
While the aerospace industry is showing strong signs of post-COVID recovery with strong demand for new aircraft, European aircraft manufacturer Airbus has just announced a recruitment plan for around 6,000 new hires worldwide across the entire country. group.
If air traffic has not yet back to its pre-health crisis pace, companies are increasing their purchases of new aircraft. In particular, this involves meeting the challenges of energy transition with more fuel-efficient aircraft.
Around a quarter of the recruitments announced by Airbus should also be concentrated in the areas of decarbonization (reduction of the carbon footprint), digital transformation and cybertechnology.
A third of the total recruitment will be allocated to young graduates.
This recruitment campaign aims to transform the company sustainably and not just to support the post-crisis period.
Following this first wave of recruitment, which will take place worldwide and in all our businesses, the number of external recruitments will be reassessed before mid-2022 and we will adapt our needs accordingly.Thierry Baril, Human Resources Manager, Airbus
Airbus also announces that it wants greater diversity within the company. No details, however, on the number of hires by country.
This announcement comes as global air traffic is only half of what it was before the crisis. The return to normal is expected between 2023 and 2025 according to different estimates.