The month of September was notable for being the first one in years in which national employment figures took a step back.
Digital technology is predicted to be a game-changing new development for the manufacturing industry.
The Atlantic Seaboard has been a hub of increased warehouse hiring over the past few years, and just about every state up and down that coast has seen increased logistics activity.
The holiday season is expected to be a big one for warehousing and logistics, thanks to a surge in online sales.
Many cities and states across the country are in the process of raising their minimum wages to more livable levels, and those efforts have taken a number of different forms.
In introduction of artificial intelligence into warehousing and logistics is reshaping how the industries will approach productivity and operations.
The state of Pennsylvania has seen significant growth in hiring over the past several years thanks in large part to the huge demand for workers who can fill warehouse jobs.
In recent years, the number of hires made by warehousing companies and others associated with the logistics industry has been significant, and it's a trend that's unlikely to slow down any time soon.
The fight for a $15 minimum wage is now being waged across the U.S., and on Labor Day low-wage workers and supporters held multiple demonstrations to raise awareness of the issue.
Across the country, there have been numerous and significant efforts to boost minimum wages in various states and municipalities over the past few years.
Centralized locations - from which shipping efforts can reach their intended destinations within relatively short periods of time - are ideal and even necessary in modern logistics.
The ability of any logistics company to perform efficiently in today's market is heavily dependent upon how well it can track everything that goes on in its facilities.
As more states begin to consider the benefits of raising the minimum wage, more low-salary workers across the country are put in a better position to succeed financially.
While it's still summertime for another few weeks, many logistics hiring managers have turned their attention to getting people on board for the holiday rush.
Many municipalities and states have moved in the past few years to boost minimum wage levels for workers, bringing positive financial news to thousands or more residents.
Over the past few years, the growing popularity of e-commerce has been a significant boon to both the logistics industry and the U.S. job market as a whole, and that's a trend that seems likely to continue for some time to come.
With logistics demand on the rise overall across the U.S., it should come as no surprise that warehouses nationwide are on the lookout for employees with a variety of skills.
A number of states and municipalities across the country have decided to raise their minimum wage levels to $15 per hour in the past few years.AAA
The rate at which many logistics companies are now looking to create and fill warehouse jobs nationwide is significant, and in certain regions, the industry has brought a newfound level of prosperity.
The tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania has become fertile ground for the warehousing industry over the past several years thanks to the rise of e-commerce and the region's proximity to many population hubs in both the U.S. and Canada.