Although many professions took a hit during the Great Recession, logistics isn't one of them. Even in adverse economic conditions, logistics professionals remain in high demand. In fact, the United States Department of Labor predicts that the logistics sector will add 1 million jobs between 2013 and 2016. The only problem is that jobs appear faster than candidates can fill them. Workers aging out of the labor force and a growing scarcity of young, qualified professionals led the International Journal of Logistics Management to conclude that "career shifts and talent shortages in supply chain management are evident at most occupational levels." [More...]
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