posted by Jennifer Pickerel on August 23, 2022

Racking up decades working for one employer used to mean that you were a dedicated, loyal employee. A valued member of the family. But these days, when I pick up

posted by Jill Henning on August 1, 2022

This NBAA Flight Plan podcast regarding the bizav hiring outlook originally appeared on August 1, 2022. The outlook for business aviation hiring remains strong, despite a number of challenges weighing

posted by Debbi Laux on December 17, 2021

‘Tis the season for New Year resolutions! Yet why is “goal setting” one of our least favorite personal progress activities? Whether we care to admit it to ourselves, nearly every

posted by Debbi Laux on September 29, 2021

A career relocation is often a fundamental part of professional growth. Especially in aviation, picking up and moving some distance for a new career opportunity might be one of the

posted by Jill Henning on December 15, 2020

Training aviation pros how to manage stress on the job? That’s a piece of cake. But how about facing personal threats—like a threat to job security? Or worse, when the

posted by Jill Henning on November 16, 2020

When 2020 began, one of the last thoughts on the minds of aviation jobseekers was the possibility of considering a “bridge job” instead of a dream job.Now, nine months into

posted by Jill Henning on October 27, 2020

Aviation scholarships — specifically those awarded in business aviation — can often seem like “pie-in-the-sky” pursuits. That is: difficult to win, with a lot of hoops to jump through and

posted by Jenny Showalter on August 19, 2020

Losing one’s job can be a traumatic experience at any time, but especially during a global pandemic. And particularly when opportunities are scarce.In the wake of COVID-19, aviation professionals cannot

posted by Jill Henning on June 12, 2020

Why are job references important?One major reason is because business aviation is a niche industry. And, as such, it often seems like everyone in business aviation knows everyone else. Or

posted by Sheryl Barden on January 16, 2020

Completing an annual report is a terrific exercise to help finish the year strong. Not only will it enable you to reflect on what you’ve accomplished over the past 12