No experience? No problem. You, too, can be an air-traffic controller, guiding hundreds or thousands of flights from airport to airport across the country.
The Federal Aviation Administration says the position offers an “exciting, challenging and rewarding aviation career.”
The qualifications include being a U.S. citizen; starting training no later than age 31; passing medical, security and pre-employment tests; and earning either a bachelor’s degree or three years of progressive work experience.
And be able to speak English “clearly enough to be understood over communications equipment.” Continue reading