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hovergirl

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  1. Hey all, First of all I'd like to thank everyone who has responded to my recent posts. It's so great to have a resource like Vertical that a 100hr girl like myself can can utilize and get in contact with so many people in this industry. I've received such good advice and suggestions from you all and I'm sure it will all benefit me soon. As I get set to find employment for the 2009 season my question is this. When I do sit down for an interview or do get that first check ride. How do I determine if a company is a "good company"? I know I'm not in a position to be too picky but I am curious what you look for. Obviously my experience in this industry is limited to a few companies. So I'd love to hear how you all assess this. Cheers Hovergirl
  2. Thanks to all for posting. Athough I'am disapointed we did not get to hear any inspiring stories of Low Timers getting some hours this year. Good luck to all with employment next season. HG
  3. Thanks shadey, I appreciate your response I know it's it's a long process. It's also looking like it will be even tougher with the economic prediction for next season. I'm really interested in those guys that did get that first flying job in the last few years and were able to log some hours. I guess how will next year effect the guys that are still considered low time but on there way to 1000hrs?
  4. Hey guys, I'm another 100hr wonder fresh out of school and getting set to go find that first job in the industry. I wanted to post the question to all you low timers on this site. How much did you fly last year? and how do you think the 2009 economic forecast will affect your employment status for next season? Feel free to PM me if you don't want to post names of companies on the forum. Thanks guys, I'm just trying to be realistic with my expectations before I get my first check ride. hovergirl
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