Labor Market Data
National Labor Market Data
The NCSCA is committed to growing the future supply chain workforce by serving in an advisory and resource capacity to educational institutions and industry leaders who are preparing students for jobs as supply chain technicians.
We analyze the labor market to determine the skills requirements necessary in this field. The NCSCA Summary Report: Supply Chain Industries and Occupation in the U.S. examines supply chain labor market topics including key trends around education, job growth, and skills requirements in the supply chain automation sector.
Our state labor market data profiles are for use by both industry leaders and educators. We also provide occupational information to students, parents, and veterans who are interested in learning more about the opportunities available in the materials handling, supply chain management, and logistics industries.
The National Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov) is the key national resource for information on occupational demand, training, pay, and projected demand for hundreds of occupations. Because there is no current classification code for Supply Chain Technicians, researchers are advised to look at information for Electro-Mechanical Technicians.
State Labor Market Data
Reporting on major job markets in specific states, employment projections, local industry growth and demand analysis, and earning potential.
The state by state labor market data reflects the 19 states identified in the 2013 Industry Report where the highest growth of warehouses and distribution centers is predicted. Access these reports on major job markets in specific states, featuring employment projections, local industry growth and demand analysis, and earning potential.