I have sent a bunch of resumes out and still haven’t heard anything!?

istock_000000474575xsmallIs this something that has happened to you?  Are you constantly scrolling through the job postings at Will Fly for Food and feeling like you aren’t getting anywhere?  In this article, I will try to help you identify potential challenges and make progress in this tough process.

First, consider having a professional resume service review your resume for you. It is not uncommon to miss obvious mistakes on our own resume, and these mistakes can actually cost you the opportunity to interview.  Remember, the recruiters and Chief pilots are looking for any reason to start trimming the stack of resumes on their desks.  Don’t let yours be the one that is passed over.  You want yours to be as close to perfect as possible, so that you increase your chance of obtaining an interview.
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Interview Day Tips to Make You Stand Out!

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Our mission at Aviation Interview Prep Services Llc., is to coach you through the actual interview, however, there some things you can do prior to the interview to help put your best foot forward.  Getting yourself in the right frame of mind will give you a leg up on the competition.

First, it is critical that you do as much research on your prospective company as possible.  Use the web to obtain as much information as possible.  Start by reviewing the company’s website, but also search other industry or financial sites to get additional information on the company.  This will help you guage how the company is doing but more importantly it will give you perspective on the company from outside sources.  After sorting all this information, you should have a firm grasp of the health of the company, and where the company is headed.  You can also use the different analyst reports to come up with some good questions for the end of the interview.  It is very customary for companies to give you the chance to ask questions.  Don’t take this step lightly- it’s an essential part of the interview.  By asking key questions, you communicate to the prospective company that you have done your homework and that you are serious about them as a possibly future employer. Continue reading