18. November 2013 17:42
You will be contacting many employers during your job search. It is important to keep a record of each contact and the follow-up steps which are necessary. Organizing this information will help you be more effective in your job search. Use the form below to keep track of every contact with a potential employer and the results of that contact. The Avjobs Member Portal and the Ultimate Portal Membership aid in this process through automation. [More]
28. October 2013 15:52
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28. October 2013 13:55
Under Avjobs Student Aviation Program, students with an emphasis in aviation are eligible for the greatly reduced pricing. You receive 9 months of service for only $35.00. Subscriptions typically run $299.40 per year. This 88% savings makes it easy for you to participate and land a job fast. [More]
21. October 2013 08:51
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17. October 2013 09:53
Since the beginning of the century, the commercial air carrier industry has suffered several major shocks that have led to reduced demand for air travel. These shocks include the terror attacks of September 11, skyrocketing prices for fuel, debt restructuring in Europe and the United States (U.S.), and a global recession. To manage this period of extreme volatility, air carriers have fine-tuned their business models with the aim of minimizing financial losses by lowering operating costs, eliminating unprofitable routes and grounding older, less fuel efficient aircraft. To increase operating revenues, carriers have initiated new services that customers are willing to purchase. Carriers have also started charging separately for services that were historically bundled in the price of a ticket. The capacity discipline exhibited by carriers and their focus on additional revenue streams bolstered the industry to profitability in 2012 for the third consecutive year. Going into the next decade, there is cautious optimism that the industry has been transformed from that of a boom-to-bust cycle to one of sustainable profits. [More]
8. October 2013 16:51
You may have responsed to many job postings, sent your resume to employers, completed many online applicantions and spent time interviewing to no avail. It is important to learn from those experiences to better yourself for next time. Rejection is an important part of the interview process and you can’t take it personally. Instead, accept it and reflect upon your approach to see if there are positive changes you can make for the next go around. [More]