777ord From United States of America, joined May 2010, 628 posts, RR: 2 Posted (3 years 8 months 1 week 2 days 1 hour ago) and read 1573 times:
I'm not sure where to put this topic, so I figured the Civil Aviation forum would be best due to being so highly visited. I do appologize it is better suited elsewhere.
I've been doing a tremendous amount of research on interview/resume/marketing strategies, resources etc... one would use to prepare themselves for an interview. Having seen many websites that promise they are the BEST at preparing you for your interview, I am curious on several things:
First, those of you who are in the know how, what suggestions do you have for those of us who will be interviewing soon for various positions.
Secondly, are those websites honestly worth it?
And lastly, I am not looking at a pilot position with a company, but rather an operational/management position. On a personal note, I am most concerned with the fact I have not had a formal interview in close to 5 years since becoming a Naval officer, and I can firmly admit that my interview standards are most likely not to par with today's market expectations.
Anyone with some guidance or suggestions is highly appreciated. Thank you all!