The development of an effective recruitment strategy that attracts and secures entry-level logistics talent is essential to maintain corporate performance. A critical aspect of job placement involves understanding the preferences of students and employers. This research presents results of parallel surveys of U.S. undergraduate logistics, transportation and supply chain student and employer preferences and perceptions regarding employment. Results provided include a demographic respondent profile, their organization /functional area preferences and their perspectives on selected entry-level employment issues. These research results are intended to provide employers, educators and students with information that can be used to improve job placement success.
Robert, Cook Lorin, Gibson, Brian J. & Williams, Zachary . (2008). Logistics and supply chain job placement: the 2007 perspective. Journal of Transportation Management, 19(2), 1-22. doi: 10.22237/jotm/1220227320