How to get the job done for a guy like Tom Thomas, who works on a plane

A new generation of pilots is finding themselves without the skillset that has been essential for decades.

The rise of the “digital nomad,” which involves working from home, means the world of flight is a far cry from the days when pilots flew to the office or worked in a factory, according to Tom Thomas.

Thomas is one of the new generation.

He’s a pilot with a fleet of small planes, some of which he sells on the internet for $1,000 a pop.

Thomas and his wife, Mary, have been flying for almost 10 years, traveling across the United States and Canada.

They now have two planes in their fleet.

They say they like flying in the woods and don’t need the big planes in the sky.

The couple said they like the freedom of flying without the need for any sort of training.

The planes they buy are the best, so they get the best bang for their buck.

But the cost of flying has risen significantly, with the cost per seat rising from $7,500 to $12,000 in the last five years, according a new study from the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy.

That has led to a dramatic change in the way pilots earn their living, Thomas said.

Now, pilots must work part-time and fly as little as six hours per day, and must earn between $40,000 and $60,000 to pay for their fuel, insurance, maintenance, repairs and maintenance fees, according the study.

Thomas said he’s flying to California every week to earn that money.

He says pilots are becoming more and more reliant on technology, like smartphones, which means that a pilot can no longer afford to fly as often.

The cost of planes is dropping, but the pilots still have to fly because the technology is becoming more efficient, he said.

“We have to make it easy to get to work.

The more that we have to do, the more we’ll have to go to the airport, and then the less likely we are to be in a situation where we are going to be able to afford to buy another plane,” he said in an interview.

The pilot’s new job is not as glamorous as it used to be.

Thomas is still flying a 737.

But he’s making less than $30,000 per year and is working part- time to pay the bills.

The airline that runs his aircraft, United, is looking to cut its costs, he explained.

“We’re trying to cut costs.

The industry is going to need a lot of cuts, and they need to be made before they go away,” he explained, “because it will take us a long time to get there.”

Thomas says he hopes that in the near future, the FAA will allow pilots to work in the cabin of a plane, like they can now, so that pilots can fly more often and earn more money.

“It’s a good thing, because we don’t want to have to come in and get a full-time job,” he added.

Thomas has had his own experiences with technological changes.

He started flying in a plane he bought in 2006.

The pilot says the new plane has a computer, which can handle flight training and allow him to fly in the morning and night, without the hassle of getting up at 5 a.m. and heading home at 6 a.p.m., or flying a flight to a new location at night.

Thomas said the technology has helped him and his family keep up with their daily lives.

“I’m very happy to fly now because it is a bit more comfortable, and you don’t have to worry about getting up and going to the store,” he told USA Today.

Thomas, who is in his early 30s, hopes to continue flying, and hopes to eventually be able go on to work as a pilot himself.

He said he wants to make a career change.

“If I don’t find a job that fits my skillset, I don, I won’t be able afford to stay with the same kind of lifestyle,” he admitted.