Although more organizations are moving to identify and train the next generation of workers in the logistics industry, the approaches they take vary widely.
Like many of the other parts of the country, California has seen significant improvement in its warehouse industry over the past several years.
As massive warehousing facilities crop up across the U.S., the logistics sector faces a similar problem to that of manufacturing.
In recent months, the number of warehousing projects that have gotten underway and started creating new jobs in the state of Georgia has been impressive.
For some time now, the big hub of the warehouse industry explosion has been Central Pennsylvania, as its proximity to many of the major population centers in the U.S. and Canada makes it a prime shipping location.
When the subject of warehousing comes up, many might imagine lots of individual efforts in centralized locations with large populations.
Warehouse jobs have increased in demand over the past few years as the need for well-trained, professional workers has grown sharply.
While many companies are ramping up their warehousing operations these days - and with good reason - there may not always be the necessary focus on facility safety that ensures smooth operations.
Many parts of the country have seen their warehouse and logistics industries bolstered in recent years by an increased effort on the part of many types of companies.
Increasing the minimum wage on a national level has been discussed at length in recent months, but in the meantime, many cities and states are looking at similar moves for themselves.
While much of the warehouse growth seen in the past few years has been focused along the East Coast, other parts of the U.S. have likewise seen significant improvement, including California.
Across the U.S., many cities and towns have been able to enjoy a large number of newly created jobs thanks to the growth of the warehousing industry in particular.
There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the economic benefits of raising the minimum wage because it gives people more money to spend.
The trend toward a higher minimum wage is getting a lot of headlines across the U.S., and it's a trend that's likely to continue for some time.
Over the past few years, the Eastern Seaboard has been home to a large amount of the country's warehouse growth, thanks to the many population centers located there.
Many lawmakers across the country have successfully raised the minimum wage in their cities or states in the past few years, and that trend seems to be catching on among legislators at the local and county levels in the states of Maryland and Virginia as well.
One of the biggest names currently driving the warehousing boom across the country recently said that it plans to boost hiring for these types of positions - and more - in a big hiring binge expected to be carried out over the next two years or so.
Amazon embarked upon a significant expansion of its warehousing operations over the course of 2016 and that trend seems set to continue into the new year as well.
The Northeast has seen a large number of warehouses go up in recent years as online retailers in particular look to increase their footprint in perhaps the most heavily populated region of North America.
In recent years, the number of warehouse operations that have picked up steam in the Keystone State has been remarkable, and it's a trend that many of the region's experts don't expect to abate any time soon.