Category: Transportation and Distribution

Employees working in the Transportation field seek to ensure safety, efficiency, and convenience in the US transportation system. If you’re ready for a high tech, fast past career in an ever growing field of work, than a career in Transportation such as Transportation Operations may be right in your wheelhouse.

Airline Pilot: A Quick Look Median Salary $118,140 or $90.45 per hour Entry-level Education Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited school On-the-job training Some, but basic flight training typically occurs in prior jobs Primary employers Airlines Number of positions (U.S.) 75,700 …

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Flight Attendant: A Quick Look Median Salary $42,290 or $20.33 per hour Entry-level Education A high school diploma or the equivalent On-the-job training Some on the job training Primary employers Airlines Number of positions (U.S.) 97,900 Job Growth (2012-2022) 2% …

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  Diesel Service Technician: A Quick Look Median Salary $42,320 per year $20.35 per hour Entry-level Education High school degree or an equivalent On-the-job training No Primary employers Private truck transport companies, government organizations Number of positions (U.S.) 250,800 Job Growth (2012-2022) …

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Emergency Medical Technicians: A Quick Look Median Salary $31,020 per annum Entry-level education Post-secondary certification On-the-job training No Primary employers Ambulance services Number of positions (U.S.) 239,100 Job Growth (2012-2022) 23% (Much faster than average) New positions (2012-2022) +55,300 What Does An …

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