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Supply Chain Managers


Supply chain managers will continue to be needed to manage and improve production processes. Competition for work will be keen so those with a bachelor's degree in supply chain management and certification will have the best job prospects. The manufacturing, transportation, and warehousing industries are expected to have slow growth through 2024, according to the Department of Labor. Companies will be looking for ways to create leaner manufacturing processes and supply chain managers with experience in this area will be in demand. Job growth for supply chain managers may be tempered, however, by the increasing popularity of retaining third-party agents to provide supply assessments and product and market research.

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