She Has The Most Stressful Job In The World: USAF Air Traffic Control

She Has The Most Stressful Job In The World: USAF Air Traffic Control

US Air Force Air Traffic Controllers at Joint Base Langley-Eustis.

Air traffic controllers are people trained to maintain the safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of air traffic in the global air traffic control system. The position of air traffic controller is one that requires highly specialized knowledge, skills, and abilities. Controllers apply separation rules to keep aircraft at a safe distance from each other in their area of responsibility and move all aircraft safely and efficiently through their assigned sector of airspace, as well as on the ground. Because controllers have an incredibly large responsibility while on duty, and make countless real-time decisions on a daily basis, the ATC profession is consistently regarded around the world as one of the most mentally challenging careers, and can be notoriously stressful depending on many variables (equipment, configurations, weather, traffic volume, human factors, etc.). (Read more:

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  1. high school teacher is waaay more stressful. and, when her shift is over, she is done. not so for a dedicated teacher.

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  3. C’mon open the overhead pattern and get all those birds up. All the fun begins when you have 20 inbound and 20 wanting to takeoff with Air Rescue needing to get off and Log Air coming in.

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