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Planes, trains and automobiles: It’s all transportation and there are transportation careers that cover them all. From airline occupations to bus and truck drivers to railroad jobs, there are a number of different careers in transportation to choose from. Most transportation involves helping people get from one place to another, but even the truck driving jobs that transport products involves interacting with people, so in addition to training for any given job, good communication and people skills are useful for transportation careers.

TransporTaTion educaTion

Most transportation jobs only require a minimum of a high school degree, although air traffic controllers are required to have an associate’s degree, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Even commercial pilots don’t need a college degree, but pilots wishing to work for an airline are typically required to have a bachelor’s degree, and all pilots must be certified through the Federal Aviation Administration. Truck drivers are also required to be certified through postsecondary education in order to drive the big rigs.

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The outlook for transportation jobs depends on which type of job you’re talking about. Air travel has declined over recent years, causing a halt in growth in the air-transpor-

tation job market. Even though no increases are anticipated, there were approximately 200,000 jobs associated with air travel in 2012. Drivers of trucks, buses and taxis accounted for more than 2 million jobs in 2012, with an expected average increase of around 10 percent in driving jobs by 2022. Like air transportation, railroad travel has declined, with no expected increase over the next 10 years. There were 113,800 railroad jobs in 2012 and, even though no new positions are likely to be added in rail or air transportation, retiring workers will open positions for new workers to fill.

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With such a broad range of jobs in the transportation field, there’s also a broad range of salaries. • Drivers of busses, trucks and taxis bring in the lowest amounts ranging from $22,800 to $38,200. • Air transportation jobs are at the higher end with air traffic controllers averaging about $122,530 and pilots making a median salary of $98,410. • Flight attendants, though, average $37,240 annually. • Rail workers fall somewhere in the middle, with an average annual salary of $52,400. Copyright 2016 — Monster Worldwide, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This article first appeared on Monster.com. To see other career-related articles, visit career-advice.monster.com.


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4 great jobs in transportation logistics

BY CATHERINE CONLON MONSTER CONTRIBUTING WRITER Transportation logistics is a fastmoving, dynamic industry, and one of the most visible jobs in it is truck driving. Companies will always need to move goods, said Scott McNiel, marketing manager at E.L. Hollingsworth & Co., and because of that, the country will always need truck drivers. “You cannot outsource trucking,” and with a national driver shortage, professional drivers have a lot of carriers to choose from, he said. But all of those drivers need logistical and administrative support, and the jobs can be exciting and provide a lot of variety. No two days are ever alike, and there are always new challenges in transportation logistics, said John Smith, senior vice president of sales and operations at IntelliQuick Delivery. “Every job in the transportation logistics field relies on an intricate web of trust, communication and reliability, requiring each team member to contribute their piece of the puzzle without fail every day,” Smith said. Read on to find out about four other great jobs in transportation logistics.

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Dispatcher People who work as dispatchers coordinate drivers or vehicles to fill customer needs. They need strong communication and customer service skills, and must be able to work closely and effectively with other employees at the company. “Dispatchers, warehouse workers and all of the other positions work as a close-knit team with one common goal, which is to provide efficiency and on-time delivery to the customer,” Smith said. aDministrative roles Local companies may need people in administrative positions to be comfortable with a wide variety of logistics roles. As secretary to the CEO of Lake Erie Logistics, Carrie Aulenbacher said her position offers experience as versatile as the shipments the company handle for its customers. “It takes not only organizational knowledge, but tech savvy as we are migrating to GPS systems and tablets in every truck to dispatch our loads,” she said. Aulenbacher said she works with mechanics to keep the trucks maintained, communicates with drivers through newsletter feedback and also

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handles the billing for the company’s entire leasing division. “In the everchanging world of logistics, my position offers flexibility and growth.”

logistics engineers At larger companies, logistics engineers may look at a wide variety of data to make the operation more efficient. Some of the data may include revenue per stop, on-time percentages and ways to optimize routes, delivery schedules and fuel use, Smith said. They may also develop ways to track this data efficiently and ensure compliance with local, state and federal rules. account executive Being an account executive at a logistics firm is an opportunity for the hungry, self-motivated go-getter, said Dustin Snipes, senior sales manager at BlueGrace Logistics. “At BlueGrace, the account executive is in a position to build their

own book of business by cold calling prospective businesses, leveraging those relationships once the account is sold, and then they earn residual commissions.” At BlueGrace, it’s a national sales position, requiring phone, email and conference communication, but local companies may rely on in-person meetings or territory selling. James Santy, director of network sales at C.H. Robinson, said the salespeople at his company are responsible for working with customers across a variety of industries and geographical regions to provide supply-chain solutions that bring value and improvements to their businesses. Being able to build strong relationships and work collaboratively is key to the position. Copyright 2016 — Monster Worldwide, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This article first appeared on Monster.com. To see other career-related articles, visit career-advice.monster.com.


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ALLAN HOFFMAN MONSTER TECH JOBS EXPERT Gaze down the aisles of your local Wal-Mart or scan the listings at Amazon, and you can easily imagine the technical expertise and wizardry demanded by logistics and supply-chain management. From radio frequency identification (RFID) chips to inventory management systems, IT professionals work behind the scenes to ensure Elmo dolls and iPods appear on shelves and get to homes on time. “Supply-chain management has gone from poor cousin to grand strategy in lots of companies in the last few years, and this is a major opportunity for techies, because supply-chain operations are so dependent on technology,” said Michael Hugos, author of Essentials of Supply Chain Management.

Many technologies support logistics Hugos and others cite the importance of a number of technologies to supply chain and logistics work, including: • Warehouse management systems • RFID • Production scheduling systems • Knowledge management • Collaboration software • Inventory management systems • Routing and delivery scheduling systems • Global positioning system (GPS). According to Hugos, as more IT functions are outsourced, it is a great career path for techies to move from purely IT into the hybrid world of technology and supply-chain management.

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Companies view logistics and supply-chain management as a cornerstone of their efforts to gain an advantage over competitors. To do that, they must implement a constantly evolving spectrum of technologies and information systems. An overarching theme in supply-chain management, which will continue into the foreseeable future, is that finding ways to make use of the information-rich environment will be key differentiators between firms and lead to significant competitive advantage, said Terry Harrison, professor of supply chain and information systems at the Smeal College of Business at Penn State University.

rfiD at the forefront RFID, in particular, provides one example of the new era of supply chain systems. According to staffing firm Yoh, RFID consultant is now one of the top 10 most in-demand technology jobs. RFID is dramatically changing the scope of this entire market, said Jim Lanzalotto, a vice president at Yoh. When Lanzalotto worked at Conrail in the ‘90s, he noted, there was a move to tag the company’s massive shipping containers. With RFID, companies are looking into tagging down to the individual stock keeping unit (SKU). At this point, RFID is not yet plug and play. Factories, warehouses and retailers all require RFID installations, which means techies are needed to experiment with and fine-tune the technology as they work to link RFID systems with warehouse management and enterprise-resource planning systems.

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Multiple technologies, Multiple job roles Techies in logistics and supply-chain management fill a broad array of roles, but many work as business analysts, developers, presales professionals, network engineers and security experts. You get to work on issues that are very real-world versus theoretical in nature, said Fab Brasca, director of global transportation and distribution for i2, a supply-chain software company. You often get to travel and interact with professionals in a variety of different companies and cultures. He advises techies in the field to have a thick skin, because in this field, there are lots of grizzled veterans who are waiting to chew you up and spit you out. Like other industries, techies with business acumen are in demand. Typically a successful IT associate in logistics has a curiosity — and over time, a command — of how the different logistics business models work and how they are successfully managed with data automation.

Managing service Delivery And supply-chain management is no longer simply about moving toys and trucks. Recently appearing within a few large firms is the idea of applying supply-chain management concepts to the service industry, especially the high-end professional services industries. Copyright 2016 — Monster Worldwide, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This article first appeared on Monster. com. To see other career-related articles, visit career-advice.monster.com.

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In 1965, Dora Colvin climbed into her husband’s truck and realized it was similar to one she drove on her family’s North Dakota farm when she was 14. She’s been a driver ever since, beginning with short-haul trucking when her kids were still at home and then long-haul trucking with her husband for the past 14 years. When Colvin began, a height requirement excluded many women, and she was frequently pulled over by patrolmen, who assumed she was unlicensed. Colvin remedied both situations by wearing cowboy boots and driving at night. Times have changed. “It’s still a man’s world to a large degree, but there are many women out there,” said Colvin, whose career has progressed from oddity to 2005 Truckload Carriers Association Driver of the Year. Though pay and benefits vary by company, women are finding that trucking earns a good salary and can provide benefits like health insurance and a 401(k) plan. Power steering, automatic transmissions and accessories to overcome physical limitations make trucks easier to handle. lonGer lonely at the top

When Leslie Ajlouny, vice president of business development for Evans Distribution Systems, talks about her company’s breadth of products and the business opportunities involved in moving and storing, you’d think she’s describing an exotic bazaar: “If you go through our company you’ll see so much going on. Such diversity and challenge.” From forklift drivers to senior logistics managers, warehousing is a test of timing and spatial skills. “Our customers want to focus on the front end of their business, marketing, sales, R&D,” Ajlouny said. “Our business is to try to understand their business to get (their goods) to the right place at the right time in the right condition.” That means streamlining production, transportation and storage, as well as human and mechanical resources at every level. And salaries are competitive.

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Forklift drivers make $11 an hour, and VPs of logistics take home a little under $175,000, according to Bob Shaunessy of the Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC). Women are increasingly a big part of warehousing. When Ajlouny started attending conferences for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals two decades ago, she estimated the ratio of male to female attendees was about 19-1. The numbers have changed dramatically since then, which Ajlouny believes encourages more women to come on board.

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How do you get into these jobs? Veterans and experts suggest these tips: • Do your homework: Look at the details on jobs in transportation and warehousing at the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The WERC publishes a salaries and benefits guide for a variety of warehousing careers for $150. • Go state: Lib Jameson, executive director of Women Unlimited, encourages women to investigate state initiatives set up to recruit and train women for nontraditional occupations. Start by calling your state’s Department of Labor. • Contact industry organizations: Wider Opportunities for Women, Women Unlimited and others can help direct you to the best opportunities. • Get schooled: If you’re interested in executive work, take courses, or get a degree in logistics, supply-chain management or purchasing. • Network: Join professional organizations like WERC or the Truckload Carriers Association. • Shop around: Look for jobs that are unionized and companies that show a commitment to working with women. According to Colvin and Ajlouny, salaries and benefits vary widely, but benefits and good pay are definitely available. • Ask for what you want: While some jobs, like long-haul trucking, are by definition less flexible, companies are often willing to meet the needs of a dependable worker. Copyright 2016 — Monster Worldwide, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This article first appeared on Monster.com. To see other career-related articles, visit career-advice.monster.com.


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careers overview People with logistics careers are known as “logisticians.� In basic terms, they’re the materials and supplies people who acquire, distribute and deliver the supplies that a company needs. Almost every industry has logistics jobs, including business offices, manufacturing and professional and scientific services. Shipping companies are logistics specialists who work with companies in other industries to help them deliver and distribute products and supplies. It’s a fast-paced job that can carry a lot of stress, especially when deliveries are late or product is unavailable.

Logistics education Logistics careers don’t require a master’s degree but you will need at least an associate’s degree, and some companies are even looking for a bachelor’s. Many colleges offer a BS in supply-chain management or process engineering. These fields of study will teach you things such as system dynamics, decision making and

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database management. There are also certifications you can obtain. They won’t serve in place of a degree as typically you need the right education to take the certification course, but having a certification in logistics does look good on a resume to employers.

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Logistics saLaries Earning that bachelor’s degree is literally worth it when you have your eye on a career in logistics. The median salary for logisticians is around $72,780. Depending on the company you work for, the experi-

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