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How to become a pilot?

I'm still in highschool but I'm already thinking of becoming a pilot. Can you explain to me what I'm suppose to do after highschool? I've read somewhere it would be better if I get a degree before going to an aviation school where i could take a PPL to become a comercial pilot. Do I need/ have to have the Restriction permit before having the PPL? Is it necessary or I can go directly to taking the PPL? if so what is the pros of taking it? Is it easy to find a job afterwards?

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Hello I am not sure how old you are, i suggest joining the Civil Air Patrol (http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/). It will give you an understanding of what flying and training is all about. BTW make sure you have a back up plan, the failue rate of flight school is quite high. The militarry way is also a great option, but do both study in college and train with the militarry this is a preffered route for most young officers. Best of luck.

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Go to collage and then join the military best way and cheapest .

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