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Aerospace QA Inspector - Oceanside


Oceanside, CA

20 days ago
Access Control Specialist


Sioux Falls, SD

5 days ago
Aircraft Quality Inspectors

STS Technical Services

Melbourne, FL

30+ days ago
Aircraft Inspectors

STS Technical Services

Fort Worth, TX

5 days ago
2022 Intern - IBM Aviation Inspector/Technician


White Plains, NY

29 days ago
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The Medicus Firm

Fort Worth, TX

30+ days ago
Sr Flight Operations Coordinator


Charlotte, NC

4 days ago
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Host Healthcare

Reno, NV

2 days ago
Aerospace Quality Inspector


$22 - $26 / Per Year

Strongsville, OH

7 days ago

Airport Jobs Overview

Airports are the heart of tourism, travel, business, and trade. Every day, people from all over the world rely on airports for efficient departure and arrival. Depending on your role as an airport worker, you'll likely ensure that travelers have a safe and convenient travel experience. You may help them get from point A to point B within an airport. You may also ensure that an airport is kept clean and fully stocked with travel necessities. There are several airport jobs available to job seekers with the right educational backgrounds, certifications, and training.

When you get onboard with an airport job, you become a team player in a fast-paced environment. You also enter a career that is in high demand. As long as people travel by air, there will always be a need for professionals who specialize in airport operations, management, and coordination as well as for airport service people, custodians, security, and baggage handlers.

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Airport Worker Education and Skills

To be successful in an airport job, you'll need the right educational background, training, and skills. Airports prefer to hire candidates who possess strong communication, problem-solving, organizational, and customer-service skills. It also helps to have keen attention to detail, exceptional decision-making skills, and ability to react quickly to unexpected challenges.

The type of education, training, and skills you need for an airport job depends on the type of job you're applying for. Below are some common examples:

  • Air traffic controllers need at least a bachelor's degree from an AT-CTI program, three years of work experience, and an Air Traffic Control Tower Operator Certificate. Qualified applicants must receive training at the Federal Aviation Administration Academy and be hired before age 31.
  • Airfield operations specialists need at least an associate degree in aviation technology, aviation management, or a related field. Candidates can also get hired after completing a college internship, apprenticeship, or on-the-job training.
  • Baggage handlers, airport custodians, and TSA screeners need a high school diploma. Some positions may require you to have a college degree and to pass a background check.
  • Airport managers often need a bachelor's degree in airport management or a related field. Airport managers must have knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration regulations, aviation safety, and air transportation operations. These topics are usually covered by a college education.

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Interviewing for an Airport Job

Getting your resume noticed is only half the battle. The interviewing process comes next. Employers will want to know more about you than what they can find out from your resume. Read through Monster's comprehensive articles on job interview questions to learn how to create answers that demonstrate your competency and value.

How Much Do Airport Jobs Pay?

Want to make sure that your job pays you what you're worth? Airport jobs pay differently depending on the job type. For example, air traffic controllers earn an average of $67,891 per year. Baggage attendants typically earn $12.22 per hour. The average pay for ticket agents is $12.24 per hour. Monster's salary calculator can give you an idea of how much you can earn in the job you're applying for. You can also find high-demand job locations and next steps that you can take to advance in your career.

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