Transportation and Logistics
Careers in transportation and logistics can take you far and wide in Kentucky. Businesses ship a wide variety of products—from motor vehicles and metals to agricultural products—by air, railway, barge, and especially truck. Truck drivers, both for big rigs and local delivery vans, are in demand. The growing logistics sector also needs warehouse workers, dispatchers, managers, sales reps, and more. What’s it like to work in this industry? Find out in these videos on Transportation and Logistics.
Interested? As you can see, transportation and logistics careers offer competitive salaries, great benefits, and plenty of opportunities to advance. It might be for you if you like to keep things moving, whether it’s in the warehouse or on the open road.
Wondering if you have what it takes? Transportation and logistics positions are available at every level, whether you’re starting your career, transitioning from military service or another field, or just looking for a new challenge. In Kentucky, over 4,000 job openings for tractor trailer drivers are expected over five years. Thousands of people are needed to fill the jobs in warehouses. Check out the career pathways and projected job demand.
Ready to start your job search? Kentucky’s Career Centers can assess your job skills and direct you to opportunities as well as helpful training options. Contact us here.