Before i elaborate the question let me say...Lets keep my politics and profile out of this. I would just like some answers and info please.
NOW... as the question says, what is the going rate for a new station manager for a regional airline at a small airport? I expect its probably low, but also possibly somewhat higher than a bag handler or ticket agent. I ask because ive been asked for more information from a small regional airline who will remain nameless, but does A LOT of EAS flying, about a station manager position i applied for, and one of the questions, (one i might point out i HATE the most, as it seems like a catch-22 waiting to happen) is "what salary range would be acceptble for you at this position"? Even though i majored in Aviation Management, i have absolutely no idea what a station Manager makes, especially at small regionals...i have a good idea of what bag handlers and rampers make but not station managers. Im worried, because i dont want to look like an idiot, by putting a rediculously LOW or HIGH range on there.
So i would aprreciate any help on the issue, or any information on the going rate, per hour or annually?
Thanks in advance PS: I dont understand why employers dont just say "this is what we pay...can you live with that"? instead of doing this tricky stuff...
[Edited 2010-10-02 10:18:17]