Show Me The Money!

September 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;Sep2000, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p66
Trade Publication
This article reports that the University of Huddersfield in England has conducted a salary survey of the 500 or so students who have graduated from the university's transport and Logistics full-time bachelor of science degree program since 1998. Those graduates gaining employment immediately after graduation in 1999 were earning an average of just over 18,000 pounds a year. The survey revealed that the bulk of graduates over the past 12 years had gone into careers with third-party service providers, manufacturers and retailers. A smaller percentage of the graduates had gone into passenger transport. An increasing number are also becoming consultants, and a few are returning to academia as teachers and researchers.


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