For students who haven't yet declared a major, they might want to consider learning how to fly unmanned predator drones, the Huffington Post reports. A growing number of schools now offer courses and programs around building and flying drones, The Daily reported in a recent article. Jeb Bailey, 28, told The Daily he has taken every drone-related course at Northwestern Michigan College. It's no wonder why, when drone pilots can make $50,000 to $120,000 per year, according to Tom Kenville, founder of Unmanned Applications Institute International. Bailey said the idea of flying unmanned drones for a...

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