Logisticians are responsible for planning, coordinating, and monitoring logistics operations such as warehousing, inventory, transportation, and supply chain processes. Logisticians typically supervise a team of warehouse staff or other logistics specialists. Sometimes they are in charge of a particular region. Most logistics managers have a background in a relevant field such as supply chain management, logistics and transportation, or business administration. Logistics managers typically have strong organizational and leadership skills.


$90,200 in Washington,
$79,800 in United States

Education & Training

Bachelor’s Degree


5782 in Washington,
182,027 in United States


Examples of employers include Amazon, Starbucks, Penske, and AT&T.

College Programs

See the Logistics Manager section of our Education page.

Additional Information

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