They still have a hard time competing for talent with Silicon Valley and its legendary minting of millionaires before they turn 30, but aerospace and defense (A&D) companies are holding their own when it comes to compensating their technical talent. The Aviation Week 2009 Workforce Study finds that on average, U.S. aerospace engineers are paid on par with their counterparts in other engineering fields. However, there is no doubt the sagging economy is putting a pinch on pay. ...

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