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Ground Services Workers

Advancement Prospects

With hard work, dedication, and additional education or training, ground services workers can advance to a variety of managerial and supervisory positions. For example, air freight agents can advance to the position of supervisor of air freight handlers or ramp service planner. Food service workers can become chefs or food service managers. Cabin service workers can advance to positions as drivers, aircraft fuelers, and baggage and cargo handlers. A very experienced worker who earns a college degree in airport management, business administration, or engineering can become an assistant airport manager or airport manager.

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