Maritime transportation and logistics careers pay some of the highest wages in the state. With the rate at which our states economic development is advancing, there is a critical need for a workforce in positions that support our supply chain. Skilled labor and drivers are among those most critically needed. Careers in these industries can, and often DO come with flexible hours and limited travel in many cases. Prior education or training is not always necessary. Our employers offer training opportunities, sign-on bonuses and ongoing career development.
I think greasy, salty hands and a smeared cheek are the best sign of a job well done. . . It doesn’t matter the degree you have: it matters, if you can get it done.
- Jessica Sage, 2018 MASC Chairwoman
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