Whats the most Marketable USAF Jobs?
Hi everyone. My son is in the USAF DEP and is going to write down 10 jobs (AFSC) tomorrow. The Air Force will book him for one of these jobs (He will be going in as a Guaranteed Job Contract). In your opinion, what is the most marketable jobs in the Air Force? Now i understand it all depends on what he likes, ect ect.... I am just curious as to what Air Force jobs can be used fight out of the gate to make good money as a civilian? Lets say you qualified for All the jobs, What would you put down, if you were most concerned about your career outside the Air Force?
Asked By: - 10/23/2009
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I'd say the first would be most of the IT jobs: your 3C communications and some of your 2E electricals. Also, ATC and some of the intel stuff (1C and 1N) are perhaps more rare civilian-side but likely more highly paid... More
Answered By: Paradox - 10/23/2009
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The most marketable thing to come from an enlistment is an Honorable Discharge, and if he doesn't have a job he likes he won't get one... More
Answered By: RiskyBiz - 10/23/2009
Air frame & power plant mechanic, which is a commerical airline mechanic. Several of our mechanics got their training in the Military.
Answered By: rick29148 - 10/23/2009
Like the other guy says, ATC is a good job. There's already a great demand for ATCs as they are already undermanned in many airports across the nation... More
Answered By: R - 10/23/2009
Hello Freedom Fighter... More
Answered By: LarrySmile - 10/23/2009
The two most marketable AFSC;s you can have are PMEL and Technical Applications Specialist. Aviation jobs are tight in the civilian market now, so flight maintenance is not as good as it used to be.
Answered By: jeeper_peeper321 - 10/23/2009
Best jobs would be in communications. You get several of the civilian certifications paid for and constant training. Top Secret security clearance has become nearly mandatory, which companies highly desire outside since they cost over 100k. Most can expect to make ~100k per year on the outside... More
Answered By: Kris - 10/23/2009
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