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Logistics Engineers


Logistics engineers review and design logistics operations to improve companies' operational efficiency and reduce costs. They may help companies in areas such as transportation, shipment, inventory control, or information management. They work closely with other engineers, logistics analysts, and production managers. They make recommendations to improve the efficiency of the workflow and quality of the products while reducing production costs. The Department of Labor reports that there were 146,060 logisticians employed in the United States in May 2016.

Salary Range

$25,000 to $100,000+

Minimum Education Level

Bachelor's Degree




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Senior Logistics Engineer, Manager

Logistics Engineer

Junior Logistics Engineer

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