After being a transportation management coordinator in the us army what are some good civilian jobs ?
Preferably a good paying job maybe one in The Department of transportation any ideas?
Asked By: JS - 9/23/2008
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After 11 years as an 88N I left the Army. It was time to move on in life, but I do miss it. Found great jobs out there. Worked as a Routing Coordinator for EA sports, then on to a Dispatcher/Dock Supervisor for a large trucking company. You will probably expect to start around the Mid 30's in pay, then you should... More
Answered By: Jack D - 9/24/2008
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"Transportation management coordinator" ,you mean truck driver. With most jobs in the Army the training wont help you in the civilian world. You wont even get a CDL in the Army. You will have to go to school on your own to get something like that. But as long as you take advantage of the GI Bill and go to college you... More
Answered By: Arnold - 9/23/2008
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