WOMEN working in a male-dominated work environment know that gaining equal treatment is not easy.
Two female ramp agents said they are often judged by others in the aviation field.
While it may not seem like a typical job for people like her, Brooke Farnsworth (@brooke.farnsworth) loves her job directing airplanes on the runway.
The young blonde is a travel enthusiast who often shares tidbits of her unexpected career and personal life on TikTok.
In one video, she posed with a colleague on the airport runway.
The two teenage women wore their oversized American Airlines uniform jackets with neon safety vests and held up the glow sticks that direct plane traffic.
“We’ll bring the plane in soon,” Brooke began and they both smiled proudly.
“The Pilot,” she then wrote alongside a video of Cristiano Ronaldo looking over at someone with concern and disapproval.
Though pilots might not be thrilled to have her as a ramp agent, Brooke doesn’t care: “Lol love it here,” she captioned the clip.
Perhaps surprising to most, according to Brooke’s TikTok videos, there are a handful of other female ramp agents in her age group — and they seem to be having a blast at work.
Viewers love their lifestyle.
“I also live in Arizona and I want to be a ramp agent now because of you guys,” one person commented.
“Go girl,” encouraged another.
“I’d be excited to see you too,” chimed in a third.
“This seems like a very fun BFF job,” remarked a fourth.