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... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 20 All of the jobs that individuals fill in airports are important and needed for the successful function of the organization. However, there are some jobs that are more directly related to the mission of airports and the ability to achieve strategic and performance goals.
From page 24...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 21 how to best attract the new talent. The competencies can also be used to develop new position descriptions, update existing positions, create new positions, select airport staff, or procure contractors with the necessary expertise.
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... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 22 Exhibit 3-1. Steps in the Identification of Mission Critical Airport Occupations Step Explanation and Potential Qualification(s)
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... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 23 Results of the Mission Critical Occupation Survey Using these criteria, 13 MCOs were identified. Some of these occupations were grouped into categories based on similarity in the work requirements performed as well as how the occupations fit within the organizational and operational structure of airports, resulting in a total of eight occupations/occupational clusters.
From page 27...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 24 To gather information on executive-level occupations, a separate survey was sent out to a different subset of AAAE members. Executive-level occupations were presented in a separate survey because it was expected that most airport stakeholders would view the executive jobs as all mission critical since they are required for oversight and continuity of operations.
From page 28...
... November 2016 Note. In this chart, o executive-level posit identified as mission ccupations that were i ions that were identifie critical through the Mis dentified as MCOs are d as mission critical.
From page 29...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 26 National Labor Statistics and Projections for Mission Critical Occupations Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) were examined to better understand the current number of employees within each mission critical occupation across the nation as well as projections for the number of employees that will be needed by 2024.
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... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 27 Exhibit 3-3. National Occupational Data and Projections for Airport Mission Critical Occupations SOC Code Occupation Title # of Jobs, 2014 Projected # of Jobs, 2024 Change in # of Jobs Percent Change (2014-2024)
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... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 28 Exhibit 3-3. National Occupational Data and Projections for Airport Mission Critical Occupations SOC Code Occupation Title # of Jobs, 2014 Projected # of Jobs, 2024 Change in # of Jobs Percent Change (2014-2024)
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From page 33...
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From page 34...
... November 2 Airport De developme transaction airport's f commercia and passe Airport Dev long-term s Example employees airport prop options for property, a property. T responsible work with a to ensure the needs Example K  K th  K  K  K  K  K  K  K tra  K th  B  A  A  A  A ne  A sc  A  A  A  A 016 velopment em nt of airport pr s in which air acilities enab l demands, w ngers.
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... November 2 Of the recruitm the sur challenge at least 5 Survey res Airport Dev overall pe financial p generating airport lead provide an funds and need to e support of impact on such emp indicated t percentage measures f  Fi  C  E  P  S Great a 016 87.8% 7 possible ret ent challenge vey, 5 were se for Airport De 0% of survey pondents indic elopment emp rformance. Fo erformance by greater comm er mentioned airport with the where fundin ngage with lo development perceptions of loyees impact hese occupatio of participan ollowing each nances (78.4% ustomer servic nvironmental s assenger expe afety and secu est Impact on Decision M of participant airport deve occupation meeting strat nd key decis ention and s included in lected as a velopment by respondents.
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... November 2 Evolving te performed large airpo be aware o can ensure following a Scenario and S 53.3% of re scenario w Developme more missi Across the capabilities Among the  A m  In D Regarding  V co For both S success in survey. 016  Meeting (87.8%)
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... November 2 Airport Ope everything efficient flig the impact becoming Operations ability to de Example Operations is safe a personnel, testing, ga coordinato managing Incident M Operations Airport Da includes do during insp customer complaints focused op Example K  K  K Fe pe  K  K  K  S op  S de  S  A  A  A  A ne  A ai  A su 016 rations emplo is in place on ht operations. s on airport o increasingly sig employees h liver its servic Job Descri occupations w nd supports and passenge te scheduling rs for first re emergency op anagement Sy employees' s ily Self-Inspec cumenting, re ections.
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... November 2 Airport Op retirements further incr Additionally may offer h difficult to a noted tha operations/ new emplo gain the ne reclassify increases reported a handlers o boot camp indicated th Given the Airport Ope at an airpo service wi airlines, air the leader employees business p terminal to as a resul airport's p indicated performanc these emp criterion:  Safe  Cust  On-t 016 erations occup . These occup easing the cha , the airport in igher pay or g ttract those w t their airp communicatio yees strugglin eded skills)
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... November 2 87.2 Airport Ope significant the most cr a leader at skilled at d Operations ability to m experiencin are not co Survey res Greate 016 % rations emplo costs and cha itical function a large comm ay-to-day duti employees in eet strategic g g. In a focus mpleted would pondents indic st Impact on A no O em ne d S yees have a la llenges for the in an airport, a ercially-opera es, but often l fluence key d oals related t group, anothe significantly i ated Airport O    irport Trend    ted Airport perations ployees wi ed new skil ue to techno AC trategy and rge impact on airport.
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... November 2 Scenario and S 69.4% of re scenario w Operations mission cri As can be occupation these jobs Across all included:  K e  I For Scenar  V an  R im 016 1: Integrated afety Techno Systems spondents be ould make Airp occupations m tical. Fut seen above, s in terms of m are provided b three scenario nowledge of ffective respon ndustry-speci ios 1 and 3, w acancies in A d priorities of eliance on Air portant eleme Future Imp Business logical lieve this ort ore ure Job Impac Scenarios 1 ission criticalit elow.
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... November 2 In the pos across man given that target for employees potential t regulations has attemp and airport to use their Example J responsible facilities, fr are in c concession airport to o the airfield in collabor Security em restricted a the safety o where they Airport Sec security ac Example K  K  K  K  K  S  A  A  A  A sa  A  A pu 016 t-9/11 world, y industries. T air travel is a terrorists.
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... November 2 Upcoming Additional occurring. effectivene area as a c 0 500 1000 1500 # 016 retirements c developmenta These employ ss.
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... November 2 Given the very large frequent co have a sig service an terminals experience Survey res strongly im percentage significantly  Sa  C Due to the occupation potentially in significa these occu responden Greates 016 90.8 nature of their impact on air ntact with stak nificant impact d passenger and handle in which airp pondents ind pact the foll of particip impact these fety and secu ustomer servic importance s have a larg put the airport nt costs and/o pations have o ts indicated Se    t Impact due  New techn  Increa (77.9 noted th new secu skillsets required to updat technolo % Im work, Airport port safety an eholders and on the airport experience. security bad ort customers icated Airport owing perform ants who a measures follo rity (94.6%)
From page 46...
... November 2 Scenario and S 70.6% of re scenario w Security oc mission cri In each o requiremen types of sk The followi Among the  K ef  M pe ai  In Across sce  V a  R im 016 1: Integrated afety Techno Systems spondents be ould make Airp cupations bec tical. Fu f the three sc ts were very s ills needed by ng findings hig included capa nowledge of fective respon ore advanced rform; employ rports.
From page 47...
... November 2 Airports re to ensure s lighting, ru Both airpo electrical s repair of th Example responsible airport ele communica new electr elements b all electrica National E also respo testing and Example K  K  K  K  S to  S  S  A  A  A  A  A dr  A  A 0 200 400 600 800 016 ly on complex mooth operat nway equipm rt employees ystems, and E e systems that Job Descrip for installatio ctrical systems tion. They are ical wiring, eq ased on speci l lines, equipm lectrical Code nsible initiating repairs, within SAs nowledge of FA nowledge of el nowledge of In kill in the use o ols, and testing kill in troublesh kill in repairing bility to locate a bility to handle bility to deal co bility to use lad bility to provide iving needed v bility to provide bility to earn an 628.8 # Jobs in 2014 (# in th electrical syste ion and efficie ent, commun and passen lectricians are keep airports tion Elemen n, maintenanc , including po responsible uipment and n fications and l ent, and light and Federal A supply action airport guidel A regulations ectrical terms a ternational Bu f tools and equ equipment.
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... November 2 Airport Ele personal e career trac Airport E developme a focus gro of success retirements education prepare E providing g identified b challenge f A small ap market ma workforce Furthermor compete w attractivene employees following ro Given the are expect in the nex function pr Electricians sustain th indicated performanc 016 ctricians lack a ffectiveness; ks outside of lectricians. U nt for Electricia up, an airport ion planning, .
From page 49...
... November 2  Saf  Cu Electricians making, du example, e to the airpo safe airpor airside ope function of Survey res airports du Upcoming the Electri employees electricians results indi Scenario and S 66.7% of re scenario w become m airports. 016 ety and securi stomer service have a large e to an airport rrors made by rt, as they ma t operations.
From page 50...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 47 Future Job Impacts to Consider for Airport Electrician Occupations Findings regarding the importance of capabilities/skill needs and the impact of the scenarios on job requirements differed slightly across scenarios. The following findings highlight the anticipated future impacts of the scenarios on Airport Electrician jobs.
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... November 2 Airport En planning, Facilities a performanc passenger engineers, airport's ab Example J project pla airport faci concept lay costs es maintenan ensure tha materials o inspections materials. administeri claims and Example K  K ai  K co  K  K cr  S  S  S  A w  A sp  A B  A ba  A  S ca 016 gineers are including faci nd design ha e, including a safety.
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... November 2 5 of the 7 and turno challeng identified problema Airport E with 2 se over 80% participa Additional skill gaps engineerin and develo solid caree as identifie indicating e 0 200 400 600 800 1000 # 016 recruitment ver es were as tic for ngineers, lected by of survey nts. developmenta that are expe g programs ra pment progra r track for thes d by survey ach area as a  La ai  Ad op  H in  H (8 737.3  Jobs in 2014 (# in thous Forecas Train l opportunities cted to occu ther than airpo ms available fo e positions.
From page 53...
... November 2 overall. Fo dissatisfact and overal the followi significantly  En  Sa  C Airport Eng and goals.
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... November 2 Scenario and S 75.0% of re scenario w Engineers critical. Survey par to have the understand needs in E Under Sce  K ef  M Considerin  In  K ef For Scenar  V p Under Sce  S 016 1: Integrated afety Techno Systems spondents be ould make Airp become more F ticipants indica largest impac ing workforce ngineering jobs narios 2 and 3 nowledge of fective respon ore advanced g Scenario 1, t dustry-specif nowledge of fective respon io 1, the great acancies in riorities of airp narios 2 and 3 pecialized ce Future Impa Business logical lieve this ort mission uture Job Imp ted the scena t on Airport E capacity, it w : , the most impo specific safe se.
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... November 2 Given the operations Analysis a industry. T the shifting challenged financial, p Example J Planning business managing These em revenues a and summ airport fina studies.
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... November 2 5 of th challeng were between of surve Survey res developme occupation the require receive su challenges these cha challenge i Although F specialized industries o skillsets an airports. Fu puts Airpo additional d the primary 0 500 1000 1500 2000 # 016 e 7 possible es in this area selected by 50% and 70% y respondents ults indicate ntal opportuni s lack a solid c d KSAs not b fficient airport for these jobs llenges, the s presented fo   inancial Anal skillset.
From page 57...
... November 2 Gr Perf Financial A decisions airport's st tasks and Planning o on decision Along thes negative potentially responden occupation noted & P imp 016 95.5% eatest Impac ormance Cri  F nalysis and P made by airpo rategic goals a duties perfo ccupations, the making and t e lines, finan impacts on result in signif ts indicated s have a stron    Financial A lanning emp act strong a finances Im ted teria: inances (95.5% S lanning plays rt executives nd objectives rmed in Fina se employees he airport's ab cial errors ca an airport's icant costs and Financial Ana g impact on: Key dec Meeting Consequ nalysis loyees irport AC pacted Pe Due to Fina responsibilities large impact relationships w the FAA, mea customer serv increased focu pressures with respondents in strongly impac of participants )   trategy and a large role to meet the .
From page 58...
... November 2 New techn Planning e technologie that airport focus grou mentioned focusing o returns. T complexity Planning jo employees Survey res jobs:    Scenario and S 74.6% of re scenario w Financial A occupation In each of and the im Among the scenarios w  In Related to  R in For Scenar  Va on 016 ologies in airp mployees to s.
From page 59...
... November 2 Given the airports cu occupation becoming to improve manageme and other social med HR execut expertise i private sec difficult for Example troublesho systems a security m from cyber functions helpdesk a variety of s Example K  K  K IT  K  K  A  A  A  A  S 016 rapid progre rrently and in u s play a critic increasingly si operational nt systems, cu technology ch ia (Institute fo ive at a large n today's airp tor demand the airport to a Job Descrip ot a variety re functioning echanisms to security threa within the ai nd support fu ervices. SAs nowledge of in nowledge of ne platforms and nowledge of pr nowledge of C bility to think st bility to ensure bility to collect, bility to build a kills in project m ssion and inc pcoming years al role in the gnificant with t efficiency lik stomer-facing anges such a r the Future, 2 airport noted t ort IT workfo for and limite ttract highly qu tion Element of technology properly.
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... November 2 IT occupat upcoming skills. To developme airport indi is technolo jobs, as id indicating e Upcoming potential g performanc as well, du industries, leader at a noted that across ind sector.
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... November 2 9 Because IT and databa performanc Directors f various siz expectation technologie and large Airport IT airport can impact the significantly  C  P  S  O  Fi Due to the decision m as increase strategic g take advan Greatest I and De note s req te 016 5.4% employees d ses, they are e in the nex rom both mun es indicated s as a res s can also pro airports oppo staff must be utilize them to following pe impact these ustomer servic assenger expe afety and secu n-time flight de nances (56.9% increased relia aking that are d commercia oals (Carlisle, tage of these o  Me  Bu  Sig mpact on Stra cision Makin d that new IT killsets are uired due to updated chnology Im evelop and m expected to h t 5-10 years. icipally-operat IT employees ult of new t vide small air rtunities to de able to deplo increase over rformance me measures follo e with stakeho rience and exp rity (85.0%)
From page 62...
... November 2 Scenario and S 98.5% of re scenario w become m Across the employees Among the three scen  M em Related to  R en     016 1: Integrated afety Techno Systems spondents be ould make IT o ore mission cri three scenario were similar. capabilities/ arios was: ore advanced ployees will n job and workf eliance on IT suring effectiv Future Imp Business logical lieve this ccupations tical Future Job I s presented t skill needs in technologica eed new skills orce requirem employees by e operations.
From page 63...
... November 2 Planning i effectively need to be the airport. of airport p plans, and customers the succes airport exe stricter fed tend to be rather th constructio Example employees strategic p business preparation hearings a anticipate f Example K  K  K  K em  K  K  K pu  K  K  S  S  S  A  A  A  A  A 016 s a key elem meet the need completed, a Airport Projec lanning, includ understandi to ensure they s of an airpor cutive, the role eral requireme specialists in an becom n/design back Job Descrip develop and lans for airpo plans.
From page 64...
... November 2 Employees and develo associated these emp developme identified responden Project Pla of regulati occupation the airport compensat occupation roadblocks employees 0 100 200 300 400 # 016 within the Air pment to sup potential kno loyees. Airpo nt, and promo by survey pa ts indicating ea  A  L  L (  L e nning occupat ons, federal la s is also small industry to re ion and gre s at risk for for airports in these jobs:  H  S  L  H  R 251.5  Jobs in 2014 (# in thou Forecas Train port Project P port both tec wledge and sk rts can over tional opportu rticipants, ar ch area as a c dditional deve ack of solid ca ack of training 52.8%)
From page 65...
... November 2 Airport Pro airport can (Carlisle, 2 Project Pla the airport' are likely to that these  Pa  En  Fi Given thei airport de Planning s making in employees costs and indicate th impact on regarding: As new tec utilize the t Finally, up changes th changes in ensure the following a 016 ject Planning s have a large i 015)
From page 66...
... November 2 Scenario and S 75.0% of re scenario w Planning O critical. Considerin in findings For Scena important c  Kn ef  In For Scenar  In  St ef Related to  R an 016 1: Integrated afety Technol Systems spondents be ould make Airp ccupations mo Future g the scenario while Scenario rios 1 and 2, onsiderations owledge of s fective respons dustry-specif io 3, the capa dustry-specif rong manage fectively.
From page 67...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 64 Demand for Mission Critical Occupations Across the U.S. While each of the mission critical occupations described previously will be important in airports across the U.S., demand for employees in these fields varies across the country.
From page 68...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 65 Exhibit 3-4: Concentration of Airport Development Occupations in States with Highest and Lowest LQ Airport Operations Related Occupations The next MCO, Airport Operations, includes five different occupations from the BLS data, as seen in Exhibit 3-5. The majority of these Airport Operations occupations have a high concentration in Alaska.
From page 69...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 66 Airport Security Related Occupations When looking to fill Security positions within airports, employees may potentially be classified as Security Guards or Transportation Security Screeners. LQ data for these occupations are provided in Exhibit 3-6.
From page 70...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 67 Exhibit 3-8: Concentration of Airport Engineer Occupations in States with Highest and Lowest LQ Airport Financial Analysis and Planning Related Occupations In the Washington, DC area, there is a high concentration of Accountants and Auditors, Budget Analysts, and Financial Analysts which could impact selection of talent for airport Financial Analysis and Planning occupations, as can be seen in Exhibit 3-9. The concentration of Budget Analysts in Washington, DC is especially high with almost seven times the concentration of the nation's average.
From page 71...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 68 Airport IT Related Occupations Exhibit 3-10 provides the LQ data for the various IT occupations. There are many different types of jobs that IT employees are needed to fill, as can be seen by the high number of BLS occupations in the figure below.
From page 72...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 69 Airport Project Planning Related Occupations Finally, the Airport Project Planning Occupations are shown in Exhibit 3-11. Virginia and Delaware have the greatest concentration of Cost Estimators, whereas Washington and Vermont have the greatest concentration of Urban and Regional Planners.
From page 73...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 70 Strong finances of overall airport 4.00 3.67 5.00 3.46 3.90 Improved passenger experience and meeting of passenger expectations 4.45 3.33 4.25 4.85 4.80 Improved customer service with other stakeholders, such as airlines/tenants, concessionaires, contractors, TSA, and the FAA 4.82 4.33 4.25 4.62 4.60 Ensuring proper safety and security 4.64 3.67 3.25 4.46 3.20 Note. Responses on the scale ranged from the positions (1)
From page 74...
... November 2 A According training an technical s identified fo lead the a integrated airport. To prepare lea Operations these chal Overall, rec Maintenan ample suc executive-l from other of the job/ indicated t Due to po systems or positions w executives standards positions.
From page 75...
... November 2 Airpor Two of the as identifie effectivene prepare em participants executive-l that include developme survey res a challenge As with the as a signifi In fact, abo with other i positions; h market. Th fill Airport responden Especially Affairs/Gov 10 years.
From page 76...
... November 2 Air Airport Fin third scena political pre and develo positive fin positions opportuniti positions fo pressure. but that the executive-l Multiple ch employee industries t challenge their respo Due to a p to provide relations, a likely expe that this ty savvy, spe executives Manageme  In 016 port Fina ance and Ass rio, which exa ssure.
From page 77...
... November 2 A According support the executive-l under the s and safety these chall successful positions, When cons challenge f IT is a grow – organiza recruitmen successors the level o Due to pot integrating level positi executives demands d Airport IT e  In  M  W  D 016 irport Inf to survey parti technical sk evel positions cenarios in wh technological enges, airports in these pos as identified b percentage  Ne  La idering the rec or airports is t ing occupatio tions which ma t challenges f within airport f talent of pote airports see  Co  La  De ential changes business and ons will have to have more ue to the jobs xecutive-level creasing comp ore advanced ill be difficult to eep knowledge ormation Tr cipants, Airpor ills that IT exe is that new le ich it was dee systems and th will need to f itions. The gre y survey resp of respondent w leader deve ck of training a Re ruitment and r he high level o n across indus y be able to o or Airport IT s to take over ntial employe king to fill Airp mpetition acro ck of successo cline in talent a that airports m safety techno a significant im technologica becoming mo employees.
From page 78...
... November 2 Air According critical in fu financial, m developme airports be effective. O indicated th maps may positions.
From page 79...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 76 Identifying Sources of Talent to Fill Mission Critical Positions For each of the occupations that have been identified as mission critical, it will be necessary for airports to ensure these positions remain filled by a workforce that has the capacity to fully execute the necessary job requirements. It may be possible for airports to hire employees from other airports, which would yield employees who have relevant skillsets that will transfer easily to their new jobs.
From page 80...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 77 Exhibit 3-13: Industry Sector Size and Growth Estimates Industry Description 2014 # of Jobs (in thousands) Projected 2024 # of Jobs (in thousands)
From page 81...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 78 programs. This section provides an overview of the types of educational programs from which airports can draw employees into the mission critical occupations.
From page 82...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 79 Exhibit 3-13: CIP Codes Related to Airport Mission Critical Occupations Mission Critical Occupation CIP Code Standard Education Program Description 11.0202 Computer Programming, Specific Applications. 11.0203 Computer Programming, Vendor/Product Certification.
From page 83...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 80 Exhibit 3-13: CIP Codes Related to Airport Mission Critical Occupations Mission Critical Occupation CIP Code Standard Education Program Description 15.1001 Construction Engineering Technology/Technician. 52.0101 Business/Commerce, General.

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