People love salary data (me too). “The demand for logistics talent has never been greater. The low unemployment rate has created a supply/demand imbalance, spurring employers to raise salaries in a bid to attract and retain top talent. Of the 454 respondents to DC Velocity’s 19th annual Salary Survey, 72%) saw a boost in their total...
So, this article from Forbes is recommending that my students become a jack of all trades, but a master of none? Can you do that & still reap the benefits of being specialized, while also having a variety of career options (w/ advancement opportunities)? Supply Chain Management? WMU Research:Sime Curkovic