Logistics meets at the intersection of connectivity, organization and travel.
It takes highly skilled professionals to make sure the synapses in our economy keep firing.
If it involves moving people and goods from point A to point B, it can be considered part of the logistics sector, sometimes also called transportation, distribution or warehousing industries. That includes the people who coordinate shipments and manage the supply chain, as well as the people who drive the vehicles and the highly skilled technicians who keep them on the road.
There are a number of varied career options within the Logistics/Transportation sectors. Careers with training available at Mississippi community colleges range from logistics coordinators to truck drivers and equipment operators to automotive and aviation technicians.
Educational requirements also vary widely. However, there are career paths that you can train for in two years at a community college right here in Mississippi. If you’re ready to move your career down the road, find out more about your training options today.