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Air traffic controllers work at airports, specifically in the air traffic control tower. This is a highly responsible job as it involves coordinating the movement of air traffic. An air traffic controller's main responsibility is to ensure that all aircrafts stay within a safe distance from each other. Other responsibilities include issuing takeoff and landing instructions to pilots, monitoring and guiding traffic on the runway and in the air and providing vital information to pilots regarding runway and weather conditions at their takeoff and landing destinations.
A bachelor's degree will provide you with an entry into this field but it is by no means enough. Prospective employers will consider your application only if you have at least 3 years experience in this field as an intern or in a junior role. You will also have to pass stringent medical and background checks as well the Air Traffic Standardized Aptitude Test and the Federal Aviation Administration pre-employment test. Keen observational skills and the ability to think quickly on your feet are crucial attributes for this role.
Be prepared to undergo a rigorous interview. Prospective interviewers will want to be 100% sure that you have the skills, experience, and aptitude necessary to do this job as there are lives at stake. Answering all questions confidently is the key to convincing the interviewer that you are the best person for the job. To see the kind of questions that you are likely to be asked at your interview, go to Mock Questions.