Air Transport Ramp Attendants – NOC 7534 SDG

How many people work in this occupation in SDG?                        

10 people work as Air Transport Ramp Attendants in SDG. The unemployment rate is unavailable.


How many employers are there in SDG?

4 businesses operate in the Air Transportation sector in SDG.

3 or 75% of these businesses are individual owner-operators with no employees.

One employs 10 to 19.


What is the age of the workforce?

Unavailable due to data suppression to preserve confidentiality.


What education is required to do this job?

Unavailable due to data suppression to preserve confidentiality.


What do people in this occupation earn?*

The median income for Air Transport Ramp Attendants is unavailable due to data suppression to preserve confidentiality.


What else should I know?

  • Employment Outlook in the Ottawa Economic Region is fair. Employment of air transport ramp attendants has been relatively stable in Ontario over the last several years. The majority of the workforce is employed by airlines and establishments contracted to support air transport activities. Over the next few years, increases in passenger traffic and cargo tonnages at main airports in Ontario are expected to continue, supporting demand for these workers. However, the pace of job growth may be tempered by ongoing cost cutting measures imposed by major employers.
  • Air transport ramp attendants is a small occupation in Ontario with low requirements for entry and a relatively young workforce; therefore employee turnover is expected to be the most significant source of job openings. Job opportunities will be more favorable for individuals able to lift heavy objects and work flexible shifts, including early mornings, evenings, weekends and statutory holidays. Some additional opportunities are usually available in the winter months for de-icing operations at airports.
  • For more information directly from local employers about this occupation, click on Transportation & Warehousing Services Sector.

* Median income means that 50% of the people in the occupation earn less and 50% earn more. It is a more accurate measure of typical income than using an average.

Source: Census and National Household Survey 2011 and Canadian Business Pattern Data 2014, Statistics Canada