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In a perfect world the Avjobs system should...

have easier navigation to things in the member section.


Did you know that you can save a favorite page to your navigation menu and call it what ever you like?
Avjobs provides a large variety of information in the member section and many times it can be difficult to remember where you found something. You can create shortcuts to your pages of interest andenter a personal name or description for each saved page to create your own navigation menu.
  • Access your saved pages directly from the current navigation menu.
  • Save as many Favorite Pages as you need.
  • Modify or delete your menu as often as you like.
  • It couldn't be any easier! 

    Maybe you need quick access to your resume, practice interview questions, or other career tools.  Once you are on a page you want to save, simply click
    Add this page to my Favorites on the navigation menu. You will then have the opportunity to name this shortcut whatever you like (maximum 20 characters).

    A few popular shortcuts are:

    View Resume - Staying familiar with your resume is a great idea.  It will keep you prepared for any question an employer might ask.
    Go to "My Resume", "View Resume",
    click Add this page to my Favorites.  

    Sample Cover Letters -
    Many of you like to change the cover letter you are using to apply to a specific position.
    Go to "Tools", "Cover Letter Samples",
    click Add this page to my Favorites.

    Career Info -
    Some of you are just starting out in your Aviation Career.  Referring to general career info can better help you to understand each job posting.
    Go to "Career Overviews", select from the pull down menu, then choose your specific career, once you are on a page you want to save
    click Add this page to my Favorites.

    Phonetic Alphabet - Memorizing the Aviation Phonetic Alphabet is something everyone working in the industry should know and use.

    Go to "Tools", "Phonetic Alphabet",
    click Add this page to my Favorites.

    Job Search by Keyword - Searching for a specific job or company is easy when you use the "keyword" search.  Just remember that the results are only generated from the job description.

    Go to "Search Jobs", "Keyword",
    click Add this page to my Favorites.

    By saving Favorite Pages you can create a personalized menu and easily access important information with just a click of the mouse.

    "My Favorite Pages" on your navigation menu are retained for as long as you remain an active member.




    In a perfect world the three (3) most important things this system should do are...
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    Three Traits for Success in Employment and Life

    Career Counselors have identified three traits that successful people possess. These three traits influence not only our potential for success and happiness in our work, but also our general attitude toward life.

    Positive Thoughts
    What we think determines what we do. Many thoughts go through our minds as we attempt to meet our employment goals or to overcome life's problems. People who are successful in meeting their goals or overcoming problems tend to think differently than do people who are not satisfied.

    • Successful people think they can
      Most successful people expect to succeed when they set a goal or face a problem
    • Unsuccessful people think they cant
      Most unsuccessful people expect to fail when they set a goal or face a problem
    • If you think you can, you can
      Think about the simple statement above. Successful people believe in themselves they think they can, therefore they can. Successful people make a whole-hearted commitment of effort necessary to overcome obstacles, thereby allowing them to succeed
    • If you think you cant, you cant
      Unsuccessful people often lack confidence in their ability to achieve goals or to face life's many challenges. Since they expect to fail, they don't make the commitment of effort necessary to tackle the barriers that block their paths to success. They either try half-heartedly or simply give up
    The following statements compare the differences between successful and unsuccessful people:

    Successful people:
    • Expect success
    • Think they can
    • Try whole heartedly
    • Make a commitment of effort
    • Keep trying
    Unsuccessful people:
    • Expect failure
    • Think they cant
    • Try half heartedly
    • Do not make a commitment of effort
    • Give up
    Henry Ford was the founder of the Ford Motor Company and the originator of the assembly line. He dropped out of school at 15. He failed in business five times before succeeding. He said: If you think you can, you can; if you think you cant, you cant; either way, your right!

    Negative Thoughts
    We all develop negative thoughts, untrue beliefs, about ourselves, our ability to overcome problems and our ability to attain goals such as employment. We must learn to challenge these untrue beliefs. If we mistakenly believe that a problem is permanent, we are unlikely to do anything to overcome it. If we mistakenly believe that we are powerless to face our problems, we are not motivated to act.

    • Our self-thoughts, beliefs, are the way we view ourselves and help us to determine our place in the world
    • We often use our beliefs to predict whether we will succeed or fail when faced with problems
    • Most of us develop beliefs about ourselves that aren't true.
    Successful People:
    • Believe that their problems are temporary challenges
    • Believe tat they have control of their lives.
    Unsuccessful People:
    • Believe that their problems are permanent
    • Believe that they are powerless in the face of their problems

    Three Traits for Success

    #1 Successful people take credit for their successes even small ones.

    Successful people know that big successes often result from achieving many small successes. Successful people understand that all small successes or completed actions are important take credit from them. A big success is when we attain a goal or overcome a problem.

    Taking credit for our actions or small successes helps us to understand that often the difference between success and failure is one small action. In approaching a problem or challenge, we don't always do everything right. By paying attention to the importance of each of our positive actions, we increase the likelihood of success.

    Check Box- Review daily your big and small successes.
    Check Box- Write them down each day.
    Check Box- Save them so that you can go back later to see the various problems you've overcome and goals you've met.
    Check Box- Help family and friends daily to take credit for their successes as well! By helping them, you'll help yourself to become even more successful.

    #2 Successful people try harder if they fail the first time.

    Successful people know the simple truth of Ben Franklins famous saying: If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again. By giving up, unsuccessful people guarantee that they wont change their lives; by doing nothing, they actually make their false beliefs that they are powerless to change their lives come true!

    No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no YES. Which no is going to stop you before you get to your yes? The 10th? The 24th? The 38th? There's a yes at the end of every job hunt. The key is to hang on long enough to find the right job for you. Don't quit before your yes.

    #3 When successful people fail again, they re-evaluate their goal, examine all the reasons for failure and try again.

    • Sometimes we set the right goals, use the right plan/actions but don't try hard enough.
      Remember successful people try harder if they fail the first time
    • Sometimes we set the right goals, use the right plan/actions but are stopped by the unexpected.
      Even successful people have a bad day. Successful people understand that anyone can fail because of unexpected circumstances or bad luck. When successful people fail because of bad luck or the unexpected, they try again
    • Sometimes we set the right goals but we use the wrong plan/actions to achieve them.
      Trying harder wont help us if were doing the wrong things to try to solve our problems or to achieve our goals
    • Sometimes we set goals which are not realistic.
      Trying harder wont help us if we set goals which are unrealistic or impossible. A goal is a commitment of effort that you make to yourself. Successful people plan to succeed by setting realistic goals for themselves.

    Check Box- Writing down your goal helps you to understand what it is you want to accomplish.
    Check Box- Write the specific steps to be completed to attain your goal.
    Check Box- Use I will statements when you write your goal and the steps toward achieving it.
    Check Box- Always use dates to give yourself a deadline for reaching each step toward your goal.
    Check Box- Discuss your goals and statements with a trusted friend and ask for feedback.
    Check Box- Re-examine your goals daily and change then as you further clarify your objectives.

    Avjobs, Inc. - Provides Results and Success

    Get Hired FASTER with Avjobs, Inc. - Provides Results and Success is widely recognized as an Aviation Employment Services leader.


    Tahna Stanley
    Director of Sales & Marketing
    Avjobs, Inc.

    Avjobs, Inc. - Provides Results and Success

    LITTLETON, CO (August 13, 2004) – Colorado based Avjobs, Inc. continues to uphold the lead among niche aviation employment websites. is a mature site that is well recognized for its strong presence in the aviation and aerospace industry. The Web site draws aviation job seekers and employers from all phases of aviation and provides them with the necessary tools to achieve success.

    With 45% of visitors being return visitors, these loyal customers are seeing the value Avjobs provides and are recommending that co-workers and friends visit the site too. The combination of high repeat visits and word-of-mouth referral traffic is proof that our services provide results and success. Today, thousands of companies and job seekers find that Avjobs is the key resource where employers and employees come to meet. These numbers firmly establish Avjobs as the dominant online employment resource in the aviation industry. greets visitors with professional site design, offers essential tools to job seekers and employers, and makes finding jobs and qualified candidates simple. In today’s aviation job market, landing a position is easy with the right tools. That’s why we further educate our visitors and provide them with the information they need to know giving them a competitive edge over their competition. Job seekers can access fresh job postings in 13 categories, build a resume, polish their interview skills, research careers and companies, view news and updates, search educational facilities and more. Employers put the power of Avjobs behind their hiring efforts to reach a high quality, industry specific audience and find qualified candidates. They reduce the time and money it takes to fill vacant positions by posting job availability and searching resumes.

    The continued support Avjobs receives and generates in the aviation community is proof we are able to provide many exciting opportunities for employment and change the lives of aviation job seekers everywhere. Our success drives more visitors to our site every day to assist them with their aviation employment needs.

    As the aviation industry continues to gain strength, you can bet that Avjobs will promise to uphold its lead and produce unbeatable, successful results for its visitors. Now as ever, we are focused on providing the career tools, resources and services necessary for our visitors to achieve success.