Hello to all of you. I'm new to the boards and I need some advice from some of you already out there in the field. I graduated from FlightSafety last May and my wife and I moved to Ohio because of a good job offer for my wife. Unfortuantely, the offer fell through and now we're barely making ends meet. My question to you; is this a good time to try and get back in the air? Currently I have 280 hours Comm. MEL, SEL, Insrument. I have been out of the cockpit now for a year but, if I can somehow manage to finish my CFI and get time logged over the next year or 2, do you think hiring will somewhat be on the rise? I know none of us can predict the economy, but those of you that have been in the field for sometime have seen the so called "cycles". Is this a logical idea or should I save my money and wait until the hiring picks up? What would you suggest? I would appreciate any advice you have, and if there are any low timer flying jobs in OH (CMH, CLE, CAK) that you know about I would be interested. Thanks again, take care.