avbug said:I found a job on climbto350, and was subsequently hired. I keep a subscription and send out resumes all the time. I learned a long time ago that furloughs, downsizing, cutbacks, and who-knows-what-else are facts of life in this business.
You're far better off saying no frequently, turning jobs down, than finding ourself out work and starting looking then. Be looking all the time. You never know when something better may come along.
FlightTraker said:I sent my resume on 350 for a job offered in my local area......had an interview the next day. I also have had several companies contact me just for having my resume listed there (not sending it to them)
350 is awesome...gotten some calls and said no a lot.
Flying Illini said:I'm curious as well...
Looks like planejobs is $59/yr and climbto350 is holding an Oct. only special of $49/yr., normal is $105/yr.
avbug said:You're far better off saying no frequently, turning jobs down, than finding ourself out work and starting looking then. Be looking all the time. You never know when something better may come along.
kingairyahoo said:coming from a guy who used to do the hiring...i couldnt disagree more. once you interview, get the offer, and turn it down, whats giving you the idea it will be offered again? better to keep in contact with a few potential employers, and pull the trigger when the time comes, than to burn that opportunity just to "see if you could get the offer"