Re-Careering Airline Pilots

New Careers for Airline Pilots

What's Next When Your Career has Retired You

As the spouse of an airline pilot who was laid off, I know the unique issues you're facing. Do you pursue a job with another airline, with no seniority and a substantial pay cut? Or if you change careers, how do you convince employers that your skills and experience will translate into their field?

Together we can explore your options — there are probably more than you think. We'll target your job search based on your skills, interests and personality, create a plan to help you successfully pursue the best options, and fully equip you with the tools to carry it out. These are some of the questions we can answer:

  • If you need a job fast, how can you make sure it's rewarding, and offers a good salary and benefits?
  • Are there aviation jobs off the flight deck that would value your background as a pilot?
  • How do you convince non-aviation employers that your skills and experience are valuable assets? How do you create a resume, cover letters and interview answers that support your cause?
  • If you're starting a business, how realistic are your prospects? What can you do to ensure success?
  • If you're ready for "retirement," how do you achieve your goals — go back to school, travel, work, volunteer?

Schedule a free 20-minute session by phone to find out how you can benefit from my career counseling services.

Read my bio, and learn more about my career counseling and coaching approach.

Lorene works with clients nationwide by phone and email, and from her office just outside Portsmouth, NH.

Contact Lorene for more information