Logistics is the industry’s biggest sector, accounting for about 40% of GDP and employs about 9.5 million people.
There are many reasons logistics is growing so quickly.
In 2015, it was estimated that the U.S. economy was expected to grow by 3.8% annually, a big jump from 2.7% in 2014.
And logistics is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the U, with growth accelerating dramatically between 2013 and 2016, according to the U’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The industry is also growing fast because of automation, which means that the cost of logistics has gone down, meaning the economy is growing faster.
The biggest driver for growth is that companies have learned how to adapt to changing technology and the rise of ecommerce.
In 2018, the number of logistics jobs was nearly 10% higher than it was in 2019.
The growth in the industry has been fueled in part by automation.
There were 8.7 million manufacturing jobs added in 2017, according the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
That is a 17% increase from 2018, but the number was up from 4.2 million in 2018, according ToonStats.
Companies are also taking advantage of automation by shifting production to remote locations.
According to the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), the total number of machinists in the United States is at 5.4 million.
That’s a 35% increase in the past 10 years.
The number of U.s. manufacturing jobs is also rising.
According the Bureau for Labor Statistics, in 2018 there were an estimated 13.4 jobs for every 100,000 people.
That was an increase of 17% from the year before.
Manufacturing jobs grew by 14.4% in 2018.
As automation advances, so does the number and scope of logistics job openings.
For example, a recent report from the Department of Labor found that while there were 1.2 jobs for each 100,0000 people in the country, there were only 4.4 for each 1 million people in 2018 — a decline of nearly 3,000 jobs.
A major reason for the rise in demand for logistics jobs is the growing demand for goods.
According a 2016 report by the McKinsey Global Institute, a growing number of businesses are trying to reduce the costs of shipping goods overseas.
The U. is also seeing an increase in imports, which can be a challenge because there are fewer local supplies.
Companies like FedEx and UPS are also looking to use logistics to deliver goods faster and cheaper.
In 2017, the largest company in the logistics industry was Amazon.
The company has over 2,400 warehouses across the country and has been expanding.
Amazon recently started using its logistics warehouse to package its own packages and sell them online, in addition to selling other items through its online marketplace.
Amazon also recently expanded its fulfillment center in Texas, which it purchased from UPS.
In addition, UPS has become a major logistics hub, as it recently announced plans to open an office in Los Angeles.
The growing demand has also created a glut of warehouse space.
The McKinsey report found that over 50% of all logistics companies have an unused warehouse space, which is a significant problem.
The problem also extends to employees.
In the past two years, the size of the U-Haul workforce has nearly tripled from just over 200,000 to nearly 5 million, according TOONStats.
A large part of the problem for logistics companies is that workers are generally less skilled than they used to be, according Travis Bledsoe, vice president of research and analysis at McKinsey.
“With automation, workers have more time to focus on other things, and more of a chance of getting injured,” he said.
BledSOe said that the growing number is partly driven by the increasing number of online jobs that require skills that are not typically associated with traditional jobs.
“In general, there’s a greater emphasis on things that don’t require any experience and aren’t related to manufacturing or logistics,” he explained.
In other words, companies are making more of the skills they’ve lost in the process of becoming more automated.
The cost of moving goods overseas also drives the growth of logistics.
Companies that have a large presence overseas can use the money from these overseas orders to pay their employees.
“Companies that don and can’t pay workers in a timely fashion often see their sales fall off,” said BledSoe.
That can cause a ripple effect throughout the economy, especially when it comes to logistics workers.
In 2019, about 9,700 U. s companies in the shipping industry reported an average of $2.25 per hour, which was up more than 40% from 2016, the TOON Stats report found.
In 2020, that number jumped to $2 per hour.
In 2021, it jumped to nearly $2 a hour.
And by 2022, it hit $2, and by 2024, it reached $3 per hour — up from $1.