27. March 2014 10:20
The guest lecture given by Avjobs was comprised of many useful tips and was reinforcement for many of the subjects we have previously talked about. One of my favorite quotes of the lecture was “No never means no, it merely means no for now”. Don’t give up. Avjobs discussed many aspects but what rang true and stuck out in my mind was “selling me.” We have talked about this many times, but what I really liked was the point he brought up, we all sell every day. The last time we wanted to go somewhere for lunch, we were trying to sell the idea to our friends. We wanted the end result of eating where we wanted to go. This means that we are all capable of building an amazing resume and tailoring it to the job we are applying for. [More]
26. March 2014 15:31
The Experienced Worker
Let's face it, being an experienced job seeker in a youth-obsessed world can be tough. The keys to a successful job hunt are to play up your strengths, know how to deal with age discrimination when you encounter it and take advantage of the wonderful job resources that exist for older workers.
26. March 2014 13:49
Changing Careers at Mid-Life
At mid-life you have many choices and advantages. Tips on how to use your real-world experience are provided in the Avjobs Applicant System. [More]
26. March 2014 13:44
The Role That the Avjobs Team Can Play
People find new jobs faster when Avjobs is on their side and everyone joins together in a team effort. The Avjobs Applicant System shows you how to take advantage of every resource available to you.
The Avjobs methodology works with all major air carriers, airports, aerospace, aviation, colleges, universities and government agencies and is now available to help you explore your opportunities, refine your search, and ultimately, get the right job, faster.
Over 90% of our applicants are successfully employed in less than 90 days!
Yes, you can conduct a job search or career change on your own, but do you want to settle for only advertised jobs, regardless of the fit or compensation? Or would you rather possess the knowledge, skills, and professional marketing materials to get the job that is really the right one for you? [More]
10. January 2014 13:40
Avjobs provides overviews for many career types in the Aviation, Airline, Airport and Aerospace industries. After thoroughly researching possible careers/jobs, several options will emerge as most realistic and attractive. These options should become your career or job search goals. At this point, it is useful to get feedback from experts in the field or Avjobs Career Consultants to determine if your assessment is realistic. A telephone call or two with an Avjobs Career Center Consultant is strongly encouraged to discuss your analysis and decisions. [More]
20. November 2013 08:50
What happens when I apply online for a job thats posted on Avjobs.com?
Employers receive your resume and cover letter via email and also within their applicant tracking folders on Avjobs. You receive a confirmation page that your resume and cover letter was sent successfully. You may or may not also receive an email from the Employer confirming the receipt of your resume. Please note that some Employers and Recruiters may not respond immediately to your resume submission, and some may not respond at all. After you apply for a job, your complete application is then listed in your Job Cart under the Jobs I have Applied for section and can be tracked from there. Note Some employers use the Apply button to take you directly to their company website. For those job applications, and for applications that you send directly to the company via email, fax, or postal mail, a record of the application will not show up on your Jobs I have Applied for page unless you print the required documents from the job posting using the Avjobs automated document preparation system. [More]