Siplon looked at a range of supply-chain jobs â¿¿ from truck drivers and warehouse workers to air cargo supervisors â¿¿ using career-specific employment forecasts by the U.S. Department of Labor and then comparing those numbers with Education Department statistics showing how many degrees and certifications for those jobs are being earned each year.The results found truck drivers will account for 43 percent of expected growth in logistics jobs, but those will also be the positions with the fewest workers trained to fill them.
Truck Driver Jobs Hard To Fill Even In Bad Economy
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