Getting around is such an important part of our daily lives, which is why transportation professionals are there to help ensure a smooth commute. Whether its the public transportation system of buses, trains, and subways, or private transportation services, transportation professionals (from drivers to management) have a strong understanding of the area in which they serve, including traffic patterns, commuting trends, and more. Most important, they aim to transport people with a courteous and caring demeanor.
Transportation jobs encompass a wide variety of occupations, including:
Air traffic controllers: Coordinate the movement of air traffic to ensure that planes stay safe distances apart.
Airline pilots: Fly and navigate airplanes or helicopters for airlines that transport people and cargo on a fixed schedule.
Bus drivers: Transport people between a variety of places, driving regular routes or transporting passengers on chartered trips or sightseeing tours.
Commercial pilots: Fly aircraft for charter flights, rescue operations, firefighting, aerial photography, crop dusting, etc.
Delivery truck drivers: Pick up, transport, and drop off packages within a small region or urban area.
Flight attendants: Provide personal services to ensure the safety and comfort of airline passengers.
Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers: Transport goods over intercity routes, sometimes spanning several states.
Railroad conductors: Work on trains to coordinate the daily activities of freight and passenger train crews.
Subway and streetcar operators: Transport passengers in urban and suburban areas, driving vehicles that travel underground, on above-ground and elevated tracks, on streets, or on separate tracks.
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs: Drive residents and visitors to and from places such as homes, workplaces, airports, and shopping centers.
Train engineers: Drive freight and passenger trains, ensuring the trains stay on time and travel safely.
Train operators: Work the brakes, signals, or switches to ensure that freight trains and passenger trains stay on time and travel safely.
Water transportation workers: Operate and maintain ships that take cargo and people over water, traveling to and from foreign ports across the ocean, to domestic ports along the coasts, across the Great Lakes, and along the countrys inland waterways.
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