TSA Finds Alaska’s Airports Difficult to Hire In

first_imgTSA spokeswoman Lorie Dankers says the need for employees goes above and beyond those numbers however, as the agency looks for new hires just in time for the summer, Alaska’s busiest travel season. Officials say they are working to combat Alaska’s TSA hiring challenges by offering potential candidates increased pay to account for Alaska’s high cost of living along with more full-time positions. Approximately a dozen airports across Alaska are looking to fill 21 open TSA officer positions, including airports in Fairbanks, Anchorage, and Bethel. No open positions are listed in Kenai.center_img FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Transportation Security Administration, TSA, says Alaska’s remote airports and high cost of living expenses make it difficult to fill positions across the state.last_img

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