28. August 2013 11:23
What can you do as a student to move your future forward? Create a professional portfolio. The work you put into this organized collection of goals and accomplishments now, will prepare you to stand up to the competition later.
There are many documents and notes to keep, along with “to-do’s” to consider when building your portfolio. [More]
28. August 2013 11:01
Assuming that job applicants have the basic skills needed to do the job, the one quality that most employers value is the willingness to work hard and do whatever it takes to get the job done. Nearly 60 percent of employers surveyed said that they expected employees to have a good work ethic. Qualities that employers valued are: [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]
27. August 2013 14:44
Are you heading back to school to study aviation? If you are currently or plan to be enrolled in an aviation educational facility or program of study this fall, take advantage of the Avjobs Student Discount! Eligible participants receive an extended free service period added to the end of an existing account’s regular billing cycle. You can read more about this discount program and others by visiting our discounts page. [More]
27. August 2013 14:29
In a perfect world the Avjobs system should...
Alert me of a potential position or open interview session in my area and alert me of other positions I may qualify for. [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]