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Student Aviation Program

by Pat 3. January 2013 08:39
The Avjobs Student Aviation Program offers a range of innovative employment tools and services designed to assist you through the challenging transition of student to employee. Making the transition from student to employee is often a dramatic shift. Our innovative tools and services include job opportunities with over 8,000 key industry employers. Our aviation specific Online Job Application and Resume builder make it simple to prepare a professional resume regardless of your experience level. [More]

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Avjobs Marks 25-Year Commitment

by Pat 1. January 2013 11:23
LITTLETON, CO – January 1, 2013 – Colorado based Avjobs.com marks twenty five year commitment to the aviation community. “This milestone says a great deal about our dedication to the industry and our success”, says Pat Smith, Director of Marketing at Avjobs.com. [More]

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4 Things to Leave Off Your Resume

by Pat 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]

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Airport Terminal Concession Worker Jobs

by Pat 20. December 2012 08:35
Concessions is the largest hiring department within an airport and is handled by contractors. Concessions include newsstands, restaurants, coffee stands, gift shops, and delicatessens. Although working in concessions can be similar to working in your nearby food store, it is often a way to familiarize yourself with an airport. The department usually has a high turnover rate and tends to require little experience. You will also hear of other opportunities in the airport which are often not advertised to the public. Your best bet is to find out from the airport authority who the concession contractors are and apply directly to those companies. Other airport positions that are often contracted out include parking attendants/cashiers and rental car agents. Again, such positions are a way for you to break in to the airport industry, since they often have a high turnover rate and require little previous experience. [More]

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Airline Sales Representative Jobs

by Pat 19. December 2012 09:30
Airline Sales Representative Duties Sales representatives are the folks who drum up business for an airline. Without these hard workers, airlines would not enjoy nearly the volume of travelers they have today. Sales representatives promote their airline to companies that are in the business of traveling. It is the responsibility of the sales rep to ensure that their airline comes to mind whenever someone considers taking a trip. Sales reps may offer special package rates to companies or organizations hosting conferences or other large events. They may also negotiate with other airlines so the two companies can work in tandem for passengers who may need to fly more than one leg to reach their destination. [More]

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Identify the Ideal Job in Aviation

by Pat 13. December 2012 08:03
In order to prepare a Job Objective for your Resume and Job Application, it is important to identify the elements of the ideal job. Use the forms provided in The Avjobs Applicant System to assist yourself in summarizing your ideal job. [More]

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