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Degrees and certificates in the Logistics program may lead to the following jobs or careers:
1 This job may require a bachelor's degree or higher. Please
review current job openings and contact your advisor to review your options.
All data gathered for Dallas/Fort Worth. Source: DCCCD Labor Market Intelligence
According to the U.S. Department of Commerce and Bureau of Labor Statistics, logistics is one of America’s largest and fastest growing industries, with more than $156 billion in annual expenditures that include:
Why are UPS, Walmart and Target so successful? One reason is that they understand how to run logistics operations smoothly, getting products where they need to be in the shortest time possible.
The world of the logistics professional includes:
Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas's targeted occupations lists logistics manager as a high-growth area this year. CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, projects job growth of 26% for cargo and freight agents; 20% for transportation and distribution managers; and 15% for expediting clerks through 2024 in Texas.
The DFW metroplex is one of the largest points of distribution and logistics in the United States. Whether you’re looking to earn a degree or certificate, or need specific skills to advance in your current job, you can learn:
Employers are looking for candidates with military experience and education in Logistics. Through DCCCD’s Military Preferred Hiring (MPH) initiative, we can help you connect to these employers and present all of your qualifications.Find out more about
Military Preferred Hiring (MPH).