This Comprehensive (8.5 x 11, - 167 pg.) Guide Includes:
Career Type, Education Requirements, Who Employs, Complete
Job Descriptions, Job Outlook, Salary and Benefit Information,
Tips on writing Dynamic Resumes and Cover Letters, and Interview
Techniques that get you hired. With the Avjobs Career Guide
you will know: what to expect, where to find the jobs, know
the application process, what aviation employers really look for,
and a lot more...
Never go to an interview unprepared again.
Necessary Elements for Careers in Today's Aviation
"Take Charge of Your Future Today!"
The aviation industry offers career opportunities to suit
many interests and backgrounds. As aviation remains an integral
part of our society, there is a growing need for qualified
personnel. Avjobs.com provides this look at careers in aviation
for you as you plan for your future. Many of the careers
in this publication are available in the Avjobs Applicant
Our 167 page guide contains:
- Comprehensive Job Descriptions
- Job Outlook(s)
- Salary and Benefit Information
- Where to Get an Application and How to Fill it Out
- Tips on writing Dynamic Resumes and Cover Letters
- Interviewing Techniques That Get You Hired
- And a lot More...
of the 167 page guide
- Know what to expect...
- Know where to find the jobs...
- Never go to an interview unprepared...
- Know the application process...
- Know what aviation companies really look for...
- And a lot More...
Pilots and Flight
Most people would agree that the most glamorous, exciting,
and challenging job in aviation is that of the pilot. The
pilot is at the controls of the plane and is ultimately
responsible for a safe, comfortable, and efficient flight.
This is what aviation is all about!
Ever wanted to be a Flight Attendant? This section contains
helpful information about this position including job descriptions
basic requirements and much more.
Air Traffic Control
There will be over 74 million flight operations at tower
equipped airports. What does this mean to the FAA? An increased
demand for Air Traffic Controllers in the future.
The Airport is one of the most vital elements in our air
transport system. A well equipped airport provides a variety
of facilities for the aircraft and for crews and passengers.
The FAA's safety responsibilities cover almost every facet
of aviation, including the certification of aircraft, pilots,
mechanics, and those involved in aircraft manufacturing.
and Avionics Careers
Aviation Maintenance Technicians have an important responsibility
for keeping airplanes operating safely and efficiently.
Their work has been challenged greatly in recent years,
and it will continue to change rapidly because of space
age advances in computer technology, electronics, and fiber
composite structural materials.
In response to a Congressional mandate, the Federal Aviation
Administration, as part of its effort to plan for the future
of air transportation, conducts an Aviation Education Program
to inform Students, teachers, and the public about the Nation's
air transport system.
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