- Supply & Demand of Logistics Workforce and Education
According to the report’s analysis of U.S. Department of Labor data, the U.S. will generate approximately 270,200 logistics-related job openings in the U.S. each year, and close to 1.1 million by 2016. In contrast, the nation’s 7,642 educational institutions currently generate just 75,277 formally trained, degreed or certified workers annually… a pace that means roughly only 28 percent of the identified logistics-related job openings will be able to draw from a pool of trained candidates.
- 2010 Georgia Logistics Report
The 2010 report titled “Fueling Logistics Competitiveness” explores a few of the areas having the greatest effect on logistics companies. Referred to as the “5-Factors of Logistics Competitiveness”, these 5-factors are: Policy, Infrastructure, Operations, Technology, and Workforce.
- 2009 Georgia Logistics Report
The 2009 report titled, "A Focus on Providers" defines Georgia's logistics industry, assets and economic impact.