Opinion: Lack of female screeners complicates work for TSA employees

04/4/2011 | Washington Post, The

A diverse workforce made up of men and women is an "absolute necessity" for the Transportation Security Administration, according to an editorial in The Washington Post. The editorial notes that a shortage of female screeners at Washington Dulles International Airport will force the TSA to transfer female screeners from baggage inspections to security checkpoints. Meanwhile, other observers say forcing female employees to move from baggage screening to the passenger line could limit their options for career advancement and complicate their schedules.

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