Ground Services Workers

Commercial air travel has been on the upswing in recent years, creating more need for airport workers. According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U.S. scheduled passenger airlines employed 402,204 workers in January 2016—an increase of more than 5 percent since May 2013. Opportunities will be best for those with experience and postsecondary training. The U.S. Department of Labor reports the following employment outlooks by profession for ground services workers from 2014 to 2024:  

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