I had my tour of the Philadelphia Airport facility last night for the 11-3am shift and during the pre-tour talk, the HR rep indicated that if you had a valid drivers license he would push you towards the Air Ramp work versus inside the HUB as a package handler. Today I went back for my interview and met with another HR rep who said the same thing and made the ramp work sound a little more exciting than being inside the HUB sorting and loading. With the exception of dealing with inclement weather (and in Philly, snow/rain is very common). I had to make a choice so I opted for the ramp work and my application now shows Air Hub-Air Handler versus package handler. I was fingerprinted and told I should hear back next week (around Wednesday). Not too worried about the TSA background check...never been arrested. My question is this: "Did I make a good choice going for the ramp work versus staying inside the HUB which felt a little claustrophobic at times?" We toured the facility and could get a decent idea of what was going to happen on the inside as a package handler/sorter/loader but we did not get any insight into the ramp work and the HR rep was a little vague on the details just said it was more interesting work. Any insight would be greatly appreciated!