Résumé / Cover Letter Service
Résumé and Cover Letter Service … $195
Résumé only … $140
Cover Letter only … $65
Résumé Critique … $60 (Included with Interview Prep)
Cover Letter Critique … $30 (Included with Interview Prep)
Résumé / Cover Letter Critique Combo (you save $10) … $80
We evaluate your résumé against the current airline scoring system for proper content, format, paper, and print quality. You’ll get specific recommendations to improve the effectiveness of your résumé. Allow up to two weeks.
Cover Letter Review / Critique
We evaluate your cover letter against the current airline scoring system for proper content, format, paper, and print quality. You’ll get specific recommendations to improve the effectiveness of your cover letter. Allow up to two weeks.
Package Part Résumé Critique … $75
Package Part Cover Letter Critique … $40
Résumé / Cover Letter Critique Combo … $95
Package Part *These products are also included in the Interview Prep Package.
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Major carriers, including United and Southwest, are trying new tricks to recruit badly-needed pilots. American airlines are facing a very real shortage of people who can fly their planes, and it’s not just because an estimated 5,000 US airline pilots retired early...
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You completed college and got good grades, learned to fly with no failures along the way, have a clean driving record, and finally built the required 1,500 flight hours, and now an airline wants you to talk about it in a Zoom call—Argh! Source