plz help!! What should be my objective in my resume if im applying for a job as an aircraft technician ?

this job is releated to mechanical assemblies...plz help.. anyonebased on your experience

Asked By: lover boy - 1/8/2009
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Objective: To obtain a high paying position the will earn me the kind of salary that will allow me to live the LifeStyle I would like to become accustomed to. I know but! that is your real Objective isn't it?
Answered By: Deralict Boater - 1/9/2009
Additional Answers (5)
THat you want to be an aircraft technician. If you applying for a position as an aircraft tech and you put administrative assistant, would you hire you if you were the manager?
Answered By: HAT - 1/8/2009
I've not been in this situation but I would suggest you emphasize troubleshooting skills with the desire to resolve ambiguities with acceptable solutions.
Answered By: Caretaker - 1/9/2009
I agree with the other answers but would advise you to drop the text speak.. The word is Please, not plz.
Answered By: Chewbydoo - 1/9/2009
something along theselines "Obtain A challenging position that will both utilize and strenghten the technical, organizational and motivational skills acquired over twenty years in aircraft maintenance"
Answered By: stan l - 1/9/2009
I never put an objective statement on a resume. What your real objective is, is always obvious to an interviewer (To get a job as an aircraft technician, To get a job as a pilot, To get a job as a software engineer, etc). Objective statements tend to be filled with a lot of fluff and BS anyway. IMO, a resume is... More
Answered By: Rob G - 1/9/2009
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