It's easier to work for an airline than at an FBO for GAA aircraft. At an airline, you will be taught your job and resposibilities under supervision. You will also have other support departments working with you (engineering, production control, maintenance control, etc). Letter checks or phase checks are a good way to learn your company's aircraft, hang in there. Expect at least two months of frustration during your transition.
Hope you like working 12-hour night shifts, maybe 6 nights a week.
well my dad works for United airline as a airplane mechanic. they get great benefits. also they get flight benefits, which you get plane tic for cheap, almost half off
dont no but gud luck....:-)