Packaging, Passenger and Household Goods, and Freight Traffic Career Ladders AFSCs 60134, 60154, 60174, 60230, 60250, 60231, 60251, 60271, and 60291.
Occupational survey rept.
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER LACKLAND AFB TEX
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Ninety-four percent of the survey respondents comprised seven major job groups. Career ladder members holding the 601X4, 602X0, and 602X1 AFSCs appeared in distinctively separate groups, which appears to validate the current career ladder structure. One major group consisted mainly of dafsc 602X1 personnel who were performing tasks related to the loading, unloading, receiving, and planning of freight shipments. The DAFSC 601X4 personnel clustered in another major job group and were performing strictly packaging and crating tasks. The DAFSC 602X0 members, conversely, clustered into three major job groups. One group was performing strictly passenger movement tasks, another group concentrated on quality control and customs tasks, while the third group performed tasks related to passenger movement and personal property functions. A management and supervisory group was also identified which included 5- and 7-skill level members from all three career ladders plus DAFSC 60291 personnel.
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