Aviation Job Search Tips
Job Search Tips
Of course we can give you all kinds of tips on how to get
your next job or make a career change, but in the end its
all up to you. If you don't take action, you'll never
experience change. You need to take the first step.
First and foremost, you need to apply
for jobs. Finding the jobs and getting your paperwork
together is half the battle. That's where Avjobs comes
in. The Avjobs Applicant System will automatically
prepare your resume to professional aviation standards,
and is packed with thousands of jobs that need to be filled "yesterday."
That's right, "YESTERDAY!"
||It is a common
misconception that all jobs are filled in 30-45
days. The fact is, most jobs go unfilled for
more than 180 days due to the lack of qualified
applicants. Recruiting qualified
applicants is a much more complex problem then most
applicants think. Applicants stop applying,
because they ASSUME the position is filled, and
the position goes unfilled for an even longer period
of time. In most cases, the older a posting
is, the fewer applicants will apply for it.
post and manage their own jobs in our system.
They have full control over everything related to
their company and account in the Avjobs Employer
System. When their postings get filled,
they remove them. Avjobs will only post and
remove positions for employers if there is a specific
request from an employer. Avjobs provides
the framework to make the recruiters' job easier.
If the posting is still in the system, it is there
for a reason. You should apply for every position
that you are qualified for and interested in.
our Applicant System, we sent a questionnaire to
over 7000 participating Avjobs Employers.
The request to remove the "Date Posted"
field from job postings was unanimous.
The average time to fill a vacant position among
responders was 204 days. Some even reported
that they had the same position open for up to 2
Investing in your career with Avjobs Professional
Aviation Employment Assistance for your Aviation Job Search
makes difference! Recent Department of Labor
Labor Statistics (2013) reports the average
length of unemployment is about 9.5 months. Our own
most recent client survey results showed our clients get
hired faster! (varies by income level)