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Keeping Tabs Without Visiting This Site

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Keeping Tabs On All Of Your Favorite Sites

How do you keep up with your favorite websites? Do you routinely visit them on a daily Feedbutton

basis or on some other set schedule? Or, do you randomly pop in hoping that the information on the site has been updated?

I realize that there are hundreds of other sites you could choose to visit, but for some reason you have stopped by CabinManagers, perhaps to find a job, obtain career information, or to simply see what this site is all about.

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One important way for you to keep up with this site is to subscribe to a feed. With a feed, you can list and organize all of your favorite sites and see when updates have been made to them without having to visit the site directly. For example, when an update has been made to this site, the feed service is notified which, in turn, will tell you that CabinManagers

has new information you may want to check out.

Four New Jobs Posted to the Business Aviation Page

Keep in mind that this service only extends to new pages added, not to existing pages on this site which have been updated. This means that the corporate flight attendant

job lead page could change without your knowing it as it did today when I purged two jobs and added four new opportunities.

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Is It Time For A Resume Makeover?

As one year ends and another one begins, it is easy to reflect on what is past while looking forward with to the new year with anticipation. A new year offers people an opportunity to start anew — new clothes, fresh vacation plans, even a new career.

Happy New Year!One area that may be needing urgent renewal is your resume. Have you taken a good look at it lately? If not, you could have a document that is outdated or no longer relevant, just the kind of information that could cost you your next job.

How often should you update your resume? At least every time some of the information on it changes, but definitely at least once a year. Please read on for some helpful tips on updating your current copy.

  • Your personal information. You haven’t moved in five years and your cell phone number is still the same. How about your home phone number or your email address? Have they changed since you last updated your copy? If your information is incorrect, employers may not be able to contact you.
  • Your objective. You may still be looking for full-time employment, but if the type of job you want has changed, then you need to update your objective accordingly. Better yet, write your objective to state what you can do for the company instead of what you want from them.
  • Your references.

    If you are listing references on your resume, then you must remove them. Current references should be listed on a separate document and shared only upon request. You can change the final line of your resume to read — References: Furnished upon request. That should do it.

The airlines are always looking for sharp people and one of the steps in the screening process is your resume. Make sure that your resume is up to date, accurate, and interesting. Have a friend check it for errors and keep a fresh copy handy to mail out as needed.

Set yourself apart from the pack by resolving to update your resume in the new year. Your goals are within site; don’t let your resume hold you back!

Further Reading

Flight Attendant Resource Guide