I was offered a very interesting job today. Not knowing much about it I interviewed for the experience and ended up getting the job. The company flies T210's and Be-76's around the country and do FCC and FAA nav aid and cable line inspections. Basically fly from Chicago to Atlanta to work for a week and do stuff and fly back. And then off to the next spot. My old instructor did it before he became an instructor and said the experience was invaluable. They would fly all over and in all wx, went to every major airport in the country. Basically no CFI out there can get this much experience until they get the airline. I am now getting ready for my CFI and was thinking about the job, more money, great IMC and XC time. But it is not the traditional way to get to the airlines. Any opinions?