Logistics specialists, or logistics specialists, are a growing profession.
In 2017, the US accounted for about 12.5 percent of the world’s logistics specialists.
The industry employs about 6,400 people in the United States.
According to the US Census Bureau, the median wage for a logistics specialist is $75,000 per year.
The median wage of a logistics technician in the same position in 2018 was $85,000.
The US has also emerged as the largest market for logistics specialists in Europe, according to the American Logistics Association.
However, the United Kingdom and France have emerged as global leaders in logistics, as do Germany, France, and the United Arab Emirates.
In 2018, Europe ranked second, with Europe and Japan taking the top two spots.
The top five European logistics markets are: France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain.
According the European Logistics Market Authority, the top five markets are in the European Union, which accounts for over a third of the global market.
The European Union accounts for about 40 percent of logistics exports to the United Nations.
The United States accounts for the next largest market, with a market share of 12.2 percent, followed by Japan, Canada, and Australia.
The biggest driver of the growth in logistics jobs is the rise of the internet, with the internet workforce accounting for nearly half of the US workforce in 2017.