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JAH0908
01-23-2018, 02:27 PM
Does anyone have a current interview Gouge?


hilltopflyer
01-23-2018, 03:43 PM
Have a heartbeat...

CFDJC4
01-23-2018, 05:59 PM
Does anyone have a current interview Gouge?

Subscribe to aviationinterviews.com and everything you neec to know is in there. I hope this helps and good luck man!


pugpilot
01-24-2018, 04:03 AM
Have a heartbeat...

say you live near Boston

PasserOGas
01-24-2018, 04:33 AM
Incorporate "blue" into every few sentences.

"I blue I wanted to work here since I was a child."

Be carefull, as the past tense of "blue" is "blown".

JAH0908
01-24-2018, 11:41 AM
Subscribe to aviationinterviews.com and everything you neec to know is in there. I hope this helps and good luck man!

thanks for the advice! i signed up last night but from what I'm seeing you have to pay a monthly fee. you think its worth it. I'm also doing emerald coast.

BeatNavy
01-24-2018, 12:01 PM
thanks for the advice! i signed up last night but from what I'm seeing you have to pay a monthly fee. you think its worth it. I'm also doing emerald coast.

Willflyforfood has free gouge. I wouldn't waste money on it. Itís not rocket science.

Fly507
01-24-2018, 03:28 PM
thanks for the advice! i signed up last night but from what I'm seeing you have to pay a monthly fee. you think its worth it. I'm also doing emerald coast.

With Emerald Coast you're set!

JAH0908
01-24-2018, 05:24 PM
With Emerald Coast you're set!

good to know!

BeatNavy
01-24-2018, 06:59 PM
With Emerald Coast you're set!

They don't exactly give you interview gouge. You pay $400 (or more now?) to learn how to interview. Interview gouge (ie what the interview consists of, what jetblue asks during TMAAT questions, and how to answer it) is free online and isn't taught during an EC seminar. Learning how to interview is also google-able. EC gives you feedback on how your 1 on 1 pitch is...but to me that isn't worth $400. To some it is. A video camera and practice can be as beneficial.

I was already at JB when I did Emerald Coast back when my plan was to move on from JB, which I never did, so I literally could have lit 4 hundos on fire and been as well off. But I feel good about helping Albie's business out...I hear times are tough for FDX pilots and emerald coast owners (jokes). That said, some guys I know swear by it and didn't get the JB job the first go round, did Emerald Coast (or other), and got it the second time around. 6 months of seniority is worth $400 if you question your ability to sell yourself to the hyperboys out there during an interview. I'd rather spend the money and regret doing it (as I do) with a job in hand than bust an interview and regret NOT doing it and cheaping out.

But, check willflyforfood interview profiles and pretty much everything JB asks is there, for free.

CFDJC4
01-25-2018, 12:03 AM
thanks for the advice! i signed up last night but from what I'm seeing you have to pay a monthly fee. you think its worth it. I'm also doing emerald coast.

Do both. Itís only $20 for aviation interviews. It has the latest experience and the 100+ possible TMAAT questions they can ask you.

Chicken Taco
01-25-2018, 06:02 AM
Despite how we complain here because it isn't even better, it's a multi-million dollar career. It's worth everything that you can invest into getting ready for that interview.



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