Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics
September 24, 2020
Mechanical fields are in high demand and encompass a variety of career paths related to construction, architecture, manufacturing, distribution, and logistics. In fact, First-line Supervisors of Transportation & Material Moving Workers are quoted as a high demand profession with an average salary of $58,000 per year, according to the SA Works 2020 Jobs Report: Covid-19 Edition. The report also includes jobs in the Construction and Trades sector, with average salaries ranging from $27–$88,000 per year depending on your level of professional and managerial experience.
If I want an education that prepares me for a career in Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics, what would I study at the Alamo Colleges?
If you are interested in Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics offered at Palo Alto College, you could select:
- Operations Management certificate
- Transportation Management certificate
- Warehouse Management certificate
For additional information about how Alamo Colleges can support your career path in Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics, visit AlamoONLINE Offerings.
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