Alaska Career Lattice
Cargo and Freight Agents
Employment/Growth: 381/ 7.0% Similarity: 75 First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators Education/Experience: HS/1-5 yrs Compare to focus occ
Employment/Growth: 320/ 11.9% Similarity: 70 First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand Education/Experience: HS/1-5 yrs Compare to focus occ
Advancement from Focus Occupation
Advancement to Focus Occupation
Employment/Growth: 1,382/ 13.5% Similarity: 70 Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks Education/Experience: HS Compare to focus occ
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Important note: A worker does not necessarily have to traverse every rung to advance to or from the focus occupation. Occupations above and below the focus occupation are directly related to the focus occupation, but they are not necessarily directly related to each other. For example, actors and athletes are both related to agents of artists, performers, and athletes, but actors and athletes are not directly related to each other.
Analysis and development of the career lattice is by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Research and Analysis Section.
Data sources used for research and analysis: O*NET (Occupation Information Network), Alaska Occupational Data Base (ODB), Standard Occupational Classification Manual, North American Industry Classification System manual, Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employer Survey (OES) wage estimates