Little-known job where you can earn £33k a year and you DON’T need a degree

YOU can be paid £33k per year for this little-known job with no qualifications required.

The average salary of an aircraft painter in the UK is £32,791 per year, which is about the same as many office workers earn.

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An aircraft painter working on commercial aircraft usually works in a large team of about 20 people.

For example, the Airbus A380 requires more
20 painters to complete the work in two weeks.

Rolling requires intense concentration and a steady hand, especially for difficult spots around the fuselage area.

Most planes are painted white to help reflect sunlight. White is also the safest color for commercial airlines because it reduces the risk of bird attacks.

The white feather color encourages birds to avoid aircraft, which reduces the risk of being attacked.

Artists are also required to represent the company’s unique brand, logo, symbol, or theme.

Some of the paintwork reflects brochures, uniforms, the airline’s history, and regional influences.

Aircraft painters may work directly for an airline or for a company that provides full-time services or as a freelancer.

Some roles are based on armed forces.

This role is ideal for anyone who doesn’t like office work that often involves computers, spreadsheets, and team meetings.

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