Launch Your Airline Career and Travel the World
What you'll learn
- Identify the best type of job for you at an airline
- Engage and network with airline professionals
- Build a resume that airline hiring managers will notice
- Ace an airline job interview
Every year, over three million resumes are submitted to the top three airlines in the USA from candidates hoping to snag a spot among their collective 288,000 employees. Globally, all the airlines in the world employ about 2.7 million people. And while the competition may be tough, there is an abundance of opportunity in this industry for those who are passionate and persistent.
This course will take you step-by-step through the best strategies and techniques to get a job with any airline, all told by a former airline hiring manager. You'll learn what it's like to work for an airline, how to find the right opportunity inside an airline, how to engage and network with the airline community, how to write a stellar resume that airline hiring managers will love, and how to prepare for an airline job interview.
This course is designed for frontline employees in mind. If you're seeking a job as a flight attendant, reservations agent, or a ticket / gate agent, then this course is for you. However, if you're looking for a corporate airline job or a position as a pilot or mechanic, then this course does offer best practices and tips that you won't want to miss.
Pack your bags, and get ready to travel the world!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in working for an airline
- Wanderlust types who love to travel
After more than 15 years in a management role at a Fortune 100 company, Jacob cultivated a passion for helping business professionals navigate work and life. His experience spans a diverse range of functional areas, including marketing and sales, product development, customer experience, loyalty, e-commerce, communications, and learning & development.
Based in Boston, Jacob is a Gallup-certified strengths coach and professional student in the Liberal Arts program at Harvard University.