23. September 2013 18:49
If you have a Resume prepared with Microsoft Office and you want (or need) to share with others but do not want them to change the format, you may want to save it as a PDF. PDF files also preserve formatting when printing, so you can feel comfortable that your Resume looks exactly the way you want it to look.
Adobe Acrobat can cost around $300, and if you only need it for 1 or 2 documents, that can be kind of spendy. With this little secret, you can quickly and easily save your Microsoft Word Resume as a PDF document is just a few steps. [More]
28. August 2013 10:30
Avjobs provides a large variety of information in the applicant system and many times it can be difficult to remember where you found something. You can create shortcuts to your pages of interest and enter a personal name or description for each saved page to create your own navigation menu. [More]
22. August 2013 17:26
In the military, we use quite a few acronyms. When I attempt to make an entry in my work history with more than one consecutive capital letter (i.e., US Army) and save it, my resume shows Us Army. The capitalization is not correct and automatically is converted to normal sentence case. This looks very strange to me and undoubtedly looks strange to others. How do I correct this? [More]
31. December 2012 08:40
One area of job searching that confuses plenty of job seekers is what to include on a resume. After all, your resume is a representation of “you” on paper. Include too much information, and you’ll lose recruiters in unimportant details. But, with too little information, recruiters won’t be sure you’re qualified for the next step in the process any may not contact you for in interview. [More]
30. May 2012 07:30
WHAT EMPLOYERS LOOK FOR IN A RESUME
It's important that your resume be as strong and positive as possible. An incomplete resume tells employers that you are not serious about yourself. And if you are not serious about yourself, you are probably not serious about the job you are eyeing, either.
With your resume before them, employers can visualize how you will operate within the framework of their corporation, and how your skills and abilities will be utilized in the future development of the company. Make yourself fit the job. [More]
2. December 2011 09:29
Aviation Specific Resumes & Cover Letters - Once your career goals have been targeted, resumes and cover letters should be tailored to reflect your qualifications as they relate to the interests of prospective employers. Guidelines for developing these job search materials start with our Online Job Application, Designing Your Aviation Specific Resume, Resume Checklist, and Sample Resumes. [More]