Thank You Letter After Interview: Tips & Example for Pilots

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Most applicants don’t send a thank you letter after a job interview, so this is an easy way BizJetJobs.com members can really improve the impression they make on a potential employer Even if you think a pilot job offer is in the bag, you can always improve your chances of getting the job if you send a thank-you letter after your…
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Your Attitude Determines Your Altitude

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At BizJetJobs.com, we speak with job-seeking pilots every day. The common thread among those who get the job they want is hands down attitude. The pilots who end up landing that dream pilot job are proactive, friendly, remember important details and take every opportunity to sell their strengths when networking with those in the industry. Here are some concrete ways…
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How to Prepare for the Pilot’s Technical Interview & Get the Job

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Preparing for the pilot’s technical interview is another opportunity for BizJetJobs.com pilots to set themselves apart from the herd. Even the most experienced pilots with thousands of hours of flight time, no violations and an excellent training record get tripped up here for the simplest reasons. Often, they forget to brush up on their skills or have grown accustomed to…
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Pilot Cover Letter Example from Aviation HR Expert Angie Marshall: Make the Right First Impression!

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Aviation HR expert Angie Marshall recently shared her pilot cover letter example and pilot cover letter tips that will help you make the right first impression on a potential corporate aviation employer. Angie is a Pilot Employment Consultant with over twenty years of experience preparing pilots for their professional aviation careers. (See Part 1 in our series with Angie here on Pilot…
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5 Ways to Boost Your Corporate Aviation Job Search

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The corporate aviation industry is cyclical with regular ups and downs. This means that a typical career path in aviation for a corporate pilot, flight attendant or contract aviation professional will be cyclical so it’s a good idea to update your job search skills. At first, it is perfectly natural to complete all of your necessary training and then adopt…
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Corporate Flight Attendants: How to Market Yourself in Business Aviation

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For corporate flight attendants new to the industry, and who just finished “corporate specific” egress training, you can get your passengers and yourself out of an anticipated or unanticipated emergency situation and safely off of the aircraft. BUT, can you get a job? Do you know the dynamics of marketing yourself as a corporate flight attendant in Business Aviation? This is…
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