Advanced Transportation & Logistics
Building the Skills that Move Orange County.
Emerging technologies in alternative fuel sources for land, sea and air vehicles promote the future of the advanced transportation and logistics sector. A career education in this field provides students with transferable skills that are likely to be in demand throughout California, well into the future. A degree or certificate from your local community college can catapult you into your new career.
Careers in Advanced Transportation
With a career education in advanced transportation and logistics, you’ll be on the move to a higher salary and a more secure future!
Vehicle & Parts Manufacturing | Vehicle, Parts & Supplies Wholesalers | Freight Transportation, Delivery & Parts Operations | Car Dealers & Auto Retailing | Transportation Support Activities & Logistics Services | Bus and Rail Transportation & Transit Systems | Auto Repair & Maintenance | Commercial Pilot
Get the critical knowledge and tools to succeed in an advanced transportation and logistics career.
Critical Thinking | Organization | Work Ethic | Math | Time Management | Problem Solving |Communication | Ability to Follow Directions | Technical Ability | Mechanical Understanding | Situational Awareness | Computer Proficiency
Earning Potential for Careers in Advanced Transportation
Your career education in advanced transportation and logistics opens doors to bigger opportunities, higher salaries, and more!
- Aircraft Mechanic: $38,970-$103,880
- Civil Engineering Technician: $34,230-$82,960
- Electrical Technician: $40,170-$99,810
- Industrial Engineers: $57,950-$136,930
I got the job because I had automotive experience.
Advanced Transportation & Logistics Facts
Within the advanced transportation (and renewable energy) sector, 84% of Career Education program alums report an increase in wages.
Approximately 80,000 Orange County residents work in this sector, with an annual wage of $61,113, slightly above the industry average.
According to the American Trucking Association, overall freight tonnage will grow more than 25 percent by 2030 to 20.6 billion tons— with revenues increasing 53.8 percent to $1.6 trillion.
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