I am planning to do Logistics and Supply Chain Management course, I want to know how is the current job market for Logistics jobs in Canada, I have 4 years experience in warehouse management, and what is the salary range I should negotiate for logistics job once i finished my course, your answers will be highly appreciated, Thanks, Baig
My partner is out of work at the moment and has been since December. It is running me into the ground as I cant afford to pay all the rent myself much longer. He has been applying for warehouse and logistics jobs but the entire four months he has only had one interview and of course, been rejected. I am trying to think of some decent jobs (no waitering or maccas work as these are not decent jobs) which he can do and have thought about taxi driving, train driving but thats about all I can think of.
My dad lost his logistics job and is having a difficult time finding a job since he is in his 50's. I suggested a real estate license but he said he does not have the personality for it. Any realistic suggestions ( maybe something that he can study for part time?) since he doesn't have full use of his hands due to arthritis which may get worse.
I have to go in for a job interview for a graphic design summer position in a few days. I was wondering if it would be a good idea to use high school teachers I worked closely with as my job references, or should I stick with my manager (whom I'm not that close with) from my old logistics job as a reference?
Theres a chance i may get a logistics job in the air force just wondering what t expect?
In which category the production logistics job will categorized? in IT or marketing or BPO>?
I have been working with Army Recruiters and always still have been interested in both branches Marines or Army i am going to graduate in a couple of day's and still have been unsure majority of my friends are all Marines and all 3 of my uncles were all Soldiers, so i have always admired the Army as well, but i also just keep thinking about the Marines but anyway i had to go through a waiver for my eyesight just to see if i didn't have a disease in my left eye that can't correct to 20/20 and i have came up with my eyes are 20/25 and 20/30.
One of my best friends has got into combat engineer with 20/25 and 20/40 vision with a waiver as well. The Marines Combat jobs go by GT score and the Army goes by CO and my GT score is high enough to go into combat with the Marines, but the Army told me i scored higher in Clerical and the liaisons were really pushing me to go into a Admin/Logistics job and not to go combat. So i wanted to know if i should just push my luck and try out the Marines and see what they have to offer sense i qualify for certain jobs there, then the Army or just go through a logistics job? (92A)
Yes, i do know jobs in the military are really hard to get especially now days with the economy and having to make a lot of cut backs and the fiscal year is coming up soon. I"m not trying to be bullheaded, and just not sign the contract for 4 years.
I just wanna see what other options i have with the Marines as well.
Yes, i also do know that i qualify to join the Military and most people aren't and i should be happy and just take the job I'm offered. But i just don't feel satisfied until i know all my options.
Writing about logistics for a job application!
Done a bit of reserach and just wondered if anyone else had any ideas?
What is this job? Is it a desk job and is it training you can use when you get out?
What are some jobs associated with independent concert venues and within entertainment companies that put on events like Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza?
Please share anything you know. Duties of different positions, schooling or degrees required, anything like that. I'm a business student and I'd like to research more into the entertainment industry.
Hi, My friend is working in Dubai, having worked in sales, logistics and merchandising. Which job category would this fall under? I'm trying to look for appropriate visa, but I need to check the skills and jobs first? Please help!
How much money does a logistics dispatcher in Alberta make when he or she has not worked for a year due to injury and prior to that was a heavy duty truck opertator.
Someone told me that a person in this position makes $80000.00 including a company vehicle and fuel card. Is this information correct?
Just curious if its an overnight job and the things i will be doing if i get the job.
My co-worker just got at job at the DOD. What type of work will he do as a management clerk? Are there tests he has to take to keep his job? Is there a lot of travel? Is this a new position?
I am considering being a logistics officer and I wanted to know what its like. From basic training to first posting.
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I want to do IT, marketing, human resources, logistics, electrical engineering jobs. I want to do all of them. I love to advice people on their career. I write blog on internet marketing. I would love to go into logistics and develop the best supply chain methods. I am currently learning a programming language(Java) and i love to think over writing codes. I am a graduate in electrical engineering and i love motors and generators and transformers. I enjoy learning their principle and using them hands on. I love everything. What's wrong with me. How can i learn to srick to one thing loyally.?
Thank you ^_^
I am thinking of going to either UMICH, Georgia Tech, or University of Illionis at Urbana Champaign as a Industrial Engineering major and an economics minor.
I am wondering what types of companies and jobs most people get right out of undergrad with this degree. For instance, I know that from Georgia Tech, most people work in consulting companies like Deloitte and Accenture. I am wondering what the other schools' job opportunities are.
Thank you for your help in advance
If a stove has a gas leak, a plumbing issue, electrical problem, etc. Are there groups, is not the right word but we'll use it, that are trained to do these odd jobs? If so, does rank influence who does what?
I'm trying to translate my Dad's Vietnam stories to what's happening on military bases 37 years later :)
What jobs will this qualify the person for and is it easy to get a job that pays well?