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Logistics is a growing field; with the continued increase in e-commerce to the developing nations around the world, moving people, goods, and services is more important than ever. From the big freight companies such as DHL, turning over revenue of over €50 billion, to the smaller scale local courier service – logistics is crucial to keeping the supply and demand chain running smoothly. A job in the logistics field involves being confident, intelligent, and diligent. You’ll be put under a lot of pressure when working in logistics, so make sure you feel ready to take the heat. A progressive career in logistics can also give you a great career pathway. Here are a few ways that you can make it easier to find a job in logistics:

Logistics Degree

One option of getting into logistics is to get a degree in logistics management. There are several university institutions that offer courses in the area that can lead to a career within logistics. They also give degree-level knowledge of the field itself - from sustainability to best management practices.

Getting Into The Role

Entering the logistics area can be done through first-hand experience, or via a management training scheme. You may have the opportunity at the end of your management to choose a preferred area to work in. Being flexible with location can be crucial as logistics can be spread across a country far and wide. Make sure you research a company before you apply for the job to be sure you’re applying for the correct role in the correct firm.


Some of the key skills to a career in logistics are having the ability to solve problems, be analytical, and communicate with anyone, including colleagues and clients alike. Logistically you must be professional and have good mathematical skills as these can help with making decisions within the field of logistics.

Gaining Experience In The Field

Getting some experience first-hand will put you ahead during interviews so applying for work placements at local logistic companies may be a good way to go, especially as you can test the water before moving into a full career and be sure you enjoy the work.

Career In Logistics

Going in on a graduate scheme on a management training program can set you up at a company to do well, where as some individuals may find it better to start on the ground and work their way up while gaining first-hand experience along the way. A career in logistics can lead to managerial positions and has great potential, especially with the continued growth in the area and the potential for keen individuals to prospect and gain employment within logistics. Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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