Logistics and Transportation Career Pathway
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Supply chains—how companies produce and distribute their goods and services—is an important topic these days, making logistics and transportation more valued than ever before. In the supply chain, transportation and logistics play a role from first to last: From shipping raw materials all the way to delivery of the end product at the consumer’s front door.
That multi-link chain creates all types of jobs, in warehousing, loading, packaging, shipping or scheduling. In this field, work is fast-paced and non-stop.
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While many jobs in logistics and transportation are entry level, opportunities for advancement, and for advanced training, are also available. East Tennessee State University offers a management major (B.B.A.) with a concentration in logistics and supply chain management.