Industry & Career

Early, Mid & Late Career Guidance

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Discover our AirMentors, who can help you build a successful and lasting career in the industry of your choice anywhere in the world.

How it works

Find an AirMentor

Browse the profiles of our highly qualified AirMentors to find the right match.

Book a consult time

Once you find an AirMentor you want to speak with, book them from their profile.

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You will receive your confirmation and virtual consult link via email.

Need assistance?

If you're not sure who to speak with, or your chosen AirMentor doesn't have availability, one of our Lead AirMentors can point you in the right direction.


To continue to grow and develop in your current role, it's crucial to embrace continuous learning through workshops, online courses, and seminars tailored to your industry. Proactively seeking feedback from supervisors and peers can illuminate areas for improvement. Demonstrating initiative by taking on new responsibilities and volunteering for projects can also bolster professional growth. Additionally, joining professional associations and engaging in mentorship, either as a mentor or mentee, can provide invaluable insights and development opportunities.

Recognising when to transition to a new job role can be based on several indicators. A persistent feeling of stagnation, lack of challenge, or absence of growth opportunities might signal it's time for a change. If you find that your personal values no longer align with the company's direction, or if there's a consistent sense of overwhelming stress or dissatisfaction, it might be an indication to consider other roles. Additionally, staying attuned to market signals, like high demand for your skill set in other sectors or downturns in your current industry, can guide such decisions.

Professional growth is often intertwined with a robust network. Actively attending industry-specific events, conferences, and seminars can help forge valuable connections. Leveraging online platforms, especially LinkedIn, can facilitate networking from the comfort of your home. Engaging with professional associations and alumni groups can further expand your network. For a more strategic approach to networking, platforms like AirMentor can offer tailored strategies and connect you with individuals who can provide nuanced industry insights.

In the evolving job market, understanding the transferability of your skills is vital. Soft skills like communication, adaptability, and problem-solving are often universally valued across sectors. Some technical skills might also be applicable across industries, although this requires research and perhaps some retraining. Regularly matching your skills against those desired in different sectors can provide clarity on transferability. Engaging with mentors, especially those who've successfully transitioned roles or sectors, can provide firsthand insights into navigating such shifts.