There's a long story behind this, but I'll keep this short and get to the point.
I'm 31 verging on 32 and have been considering a career-switch -- aspiring to be an EMS pilot. I work in tech currently, and have a hundred or so hours in fixed-wing, a class 1 flight physical, and some graduate degrees that probably won't be of too much use in this new career avenue.
My research tells me that the EMS jobs are probably among the most competitive. I'd probably give it to a qualified military guy any day over a civilian than began is rotary career at 31.
Am I too old for this switch?