Warehousing & Logistics

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Content: Transportation Warehousing & Logistics
This i2n0d18u-s2t0r2y3 1.3% in Pierce County is annually projected to grow
OVERVIEW The transportation, warehousing and logistics industry is highly concentrated in Pierce County, employing 12,000 workers and 14 percent of the statewide workforce for the industry. Though the data indicate a surplus of workers in most occupations within the industry, stakeholders report difficulty hiring and retaining qualified employees due to a lack of basic math and soft skills.
Pierce County employers in this industry compete for employees with companies in Seattle or King County that pay slightly higher wages. They also compete with other industries, such as construction and advanced manufacturing, for similarly qualified candidates.
Occupations within each specific segment of the transportation, warehousing and logistics industry require unique skills that are highly diverse across the industry. As an example, occupations in this industry include locomotive engineers, commercial airline pilots and warehouse managers. While most occupations within this industry
$ Median Annual Wage $23,510 - $98,560
require no post-secondary degree, employers report difficulty connecting with High School students and promoting the industry as a viable career path.
2018 - 2023 Projected Talent Supply Unemployed: 438
2018 - 2023 PROJECTIONS FOR THE
Newly-Trained: 49
PIERCE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION, WAREHOUSING
& LOGISTICS TALENT PIPELINE
On-the-Job Training
Associate Degree or Postsecondary Award
24,31 2G6raduates 236 UI Claims 282 278
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46
92
The majority of technical skills required for jobs in this industry can be acquired through on-the-job training.
Workers Jobs
Workers Jobs
MATCHES FOR GRADUATES QUALIFIED TO WORK AS TRANSPORTATION, STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGERS
Classification Instructional Program public administration
Standard Occupational Classification Transportation, Storage, And Distribution Manager
Aeronautics/Aviation/Aerosapce science and technology, General Aviation/Airway Management and Operations Business/Commerce, General Transporation/Mobility Management
Construction Manager industrial production Managers General and Operations Managers Social and community service Managers
9
Transporation, Warehousing & Logistics Talent Pipeline Pierce County
Annual Average Demand and Supply All Occupations by Education 290
Demand
Supply UI Claims
282
G2r8a0duates
282
278
236
41
278
1 1
236 UI Claims
41 Graduates
270
260
250
240 41 Graduates 230 236 UI Claims 220
210 Demand
Supply
Annual Average Demand and Supply All Occupations by Education
500 92 0 Demand
209 8 Graduates 201 UI Claims Supply
On-the-Job Training
Occupation
Employment CAGR Annual Demand and Supply, 2018-2023
Ranked by Annual Openings (2018-2023)
2013
2023 2013-2023 Scale: 0 - 83 annual openings in sector
Gap
1 Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand
6,016 7,019
1.6% DemDae6nm9dand SuppSl4yu0pply
69
(29)
40
2 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators 2,102 2,387
1.3% DemDae3nm4dand
34
SuppSl3yu7pply
37
3
3 Packers and Packagers, Hand
1,821 2,199
1.9% DemDae2nm8dand SuppSl1yu4pply
28 14
(14)
4 First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material-Moving
747 872
1.6% DemDae1nm5dand SuppSlyu6pply
15 6
(9)
5 Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance
532 642
1.9% DemDae1nm5dand SuppSlyu9pply
15 9
(7)
6 First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand
563 653
1.5% DemDae1nm3dand
13
SuppSlyu8pply
8
(6)
7 Industrial Machinery Mechanics
798 983
2.1% DemDae1nm2dand SuppSlyu3pply
12 3
(9)
8 Crane and Tower Operators
245 304
2.2% DemDae1nm1dand
11
SuppSl1yu2pply
12
1
9 Cargo and Freight Agents
227 279
2.1% DemDae1nm0dand
10
SuppSl1yu2pply
12
1
10 Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers
1,842 2,108
1.4% DemDaenm9dand
9
SuppSl1yu4pply
14
5
11 Material Moving Workers, All Other
209 251
1.8% DemDaenm6dand
6
SuppSlyu8pply
8
1
12 Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers
295 348
1.7% DemDaenm6dand
6
SuppSl3yu6pply
36
29
13 Bus and Truck Mechanics and diesel engine Specialists
699 804
1.4% DemDaenm6dand
6
SuppSl2yu2pply
22
16
14 Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks
1,419 1,631
1.4% DemDaenm6dand 6 SuppSlyu5pply 5
(1)
15 Production Workers, All Other
313 350
1.1% DemDaenm6dand 6
SuppSl2yu7pply
27
21
16 Driver/Sales Workers
994 1,192
1.8% DemDaenm6dand 6 SuppSlyu3pply 3
(2)
17 Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters
109 110
0.1% DemDaenm4dand 4 SuppSlyu0pply 0
(4)
18 MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS, All Other
160 184
1.4% DemDaenm4dand 4 SuppSlyu4pply 4
1
19 Locomotive Engineers
128 130
0.2% DemDaenm3dand 3 SuppSlyu0pply 0
(3)
20 Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping
179 213
1.8% DemDaenm3dand 3 SuppSlyu2pply 2
(2)
21 Team Assemblers
705 805
1.3% DemDaenm2dand 2 SuppSlyu0pply 0
(2)
22 Rail Car Repairers
52 53
0.2% DemDaenm2dand 2 SuppSlyu0pply 0
(2)
23 Tank Car, Truck, and Ship Loaders
55 68
2.1% DemDaenm2dand 2 SuppSlyu0pply 0
(2)
24 Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other
317 396
2.3% DemDaenm2dand 2
SuppSlyu6pply
6
4
25 Machine Feeders and Offbearers
189 200
0.6% DemDaenm1dand 1 SuppSlyu0pply 0
(1)
26 Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and Still Machine
59 75
2.4% DemDaenm1dand 1 SuppSlyu0pply 0
(1)
27 Commercial Pilots
36 39
0.8% DemDaenm1dand 1
SuppSlyu6pply
6
5
28 Millwrights
131 168
2.5% DemDaenm1dand 1 SuppSlyu3pply 3
2
29 Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operators
30 30
0.0% DemDaenm1dand 1 SuppSlyu0pply 0
(1)
30 Signal and Track Switch Repairers
17 18
0.6% DemDaenm1dand 1 SuppSlyu1pply 1
(0)
Associate Degree or Postsecondary Award
Occupation
Employment CAGR Annual Demand and Supply, 2018-2023
Ranked by Annual Openings (2018-2023)
2013
2023 2013-2023 Scale: 0 - 244 annual openings in sector
Gap
1 Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers
4,843 5,609
1.5% DemDae8nm9dand Supp2Sl0yu4pply
89
115
204
2 Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians
303 307
0.1% DemDaenm3dand 3 SuppSlyu6pply 6
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