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Career Pathways in Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics

Career pathways are small groups of careers within a career cluster. Careers within a pathways share common skills, knowledge, and interests.

Select a pathway name below to see related careers within the pathway.

7 pathways found

Pathway Image Pathway Name Sort descending
Facility and Mobile Equipment Maintenance
Occupations related to the maintenance, repair, and servicing of vehicles and transportation facilities, as well as the refueling of mobile equipment. Includes workers involved in developing more efficient, safe, and cost-effective ways to operate or maintain equipment.
Health, Safety and Environmental Management
Occupations involve assessing and managing risks associated with safety and environmental issues.
Logistics Planning and Management Services
Occupations involve the planning, management and control of the physical distribution of materials, products, and people.
Sales and Service
Workers involved in the marketing and selling of transportation services to new customers as well as the management of existing customer relationships and customer service.
Transportation Operations
Workers who drive or pilot the vehicles that transport people or freight to ensure that passengers or cargo are transported safely and on time.
Transportation Systems/Infrastructure Planning, Management and Regulation
Occupations related to all aspects of the design and operation of public transportation systems -- road, air, sea and rail. Worker might be employed by federal, state and local transportation agencies.
Warehousing and Distribution Center Operations
Occupations focused on the operation of transportation and distribution facilities including ports, terminals, warehouses, and other types of facilities.