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Why logistics & transportation?

Many jobs in this industry only require a high school education to get started, making it a great option for people who aren’t interested in further education. Truck drivers and sales workers hold 45% of all jobs in the industry, and the outlook is expected to be good for truck drivers and diesel service technicians. If you have a driver’s license and a clean driving record, you can start applying for jobs today. (Don’t have your license? We can help you get one).

What you need to get started:

High School Diploma/GED
Clean driving record and appropriate licenses
Willingness to travel frequently

What you can become today:

(with a diploma/GED)
General Laborer
Light or Heavy Truck Driver
Chauffeur/Taxi Driver

What you can become tomorrow:

(with a certificate or 2-year college degree)
Bus & Truck Mechanic
Transportation Supervisor
Aircraft Mechanic

What you can become in the future:

(with 4+ years of college)
Transportation and Storage Manager
Airline Pilot

Average salary in Bucks County:

Around $21,000/year for a Taxi Driver to $147,000/year for an Airline Pilot


SEPTA operates a transportation network made up of buses, subways, trolleys, trackless trolleys, high speed rail and commuter rail in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas.

180 logistics & transportation employers


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