Logistics & Warehousing
By 2017 the Logistics and Warehousing is expected to become the largest Transport and Logistics sector, employing more than 390,000 people in Australia.
With freight task set to double by 2020 and demand for public transport expected to increase, Road Transport will require 78,000 new qualifications from 2013-17.
The Rail sector employs almost 30,000 and covers 33,000 kilometres of track in the Australian rail network, moving passengers and freight.
The Maritime sector contributes $8.9 billion to the Australian economy. Almost 40% of the workforces holds a high level qualification in Maritime Operations or Engineering.
48% of the Transport, Postal and Warehousing Industry workforce are employed by airports, making them among the most important job growth hubs in Australia cities.
With 50% growth in port movements of inbound containerised freight forecast over the next 10 years, high demand for skilled portside workers will continue.