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The Age of the Transportation Industry

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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the current median age of transportation and warehousing professionals is approximately 43.7 years old. This means that Millennials and Generation Z are the latest to enter the workforce and therefore are the future of the transportation industry. Millennials currently make up the largest generation of the workforce at 35% and will make up 75% by 2030, according to a 2018 Pew Research Center analysis.

As the transportation industry continues to grow each year and more industry veterans are nearing retirement age, companies will need to attract the attention of these younger generations. Acquiring and keeping a multigenerational team could require large changes in much of the industry. This could mean moving further into the digital age, supporting diversity efforts, offering flexibility and remote work and introducing other main tenets of the new generation into your business model.


, The Age of the Transportation Industry

By Alana Reinhardt

Sales and Marketing Coordinator

Alana Reinhardt has been the Sales and Marketing Coordinator at Rockfarm Supply Chain Solutions since 2020. She brings her education from Eastern Illinois University and her passion for communication to her work as a content creator and inbound lead generator. When she’s not behind the keyboard, she can be found exploring the St. Louis area with her dog, Ernie, at her side.



“Millennials Are the Largest Generation in the U.S. Labor Force.”- https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2018/04/11/millennials-largest-generation-us-labor-force/

Smarp- https://blog.smarp.com/millennials-in-the-workplace-11-ways-to-attract-and-keep-them#:~:text=The%20Rise%20of%20Millennials%20in,engage%20Millennials%20in%20the%20workplace.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics- https://www.bls.gov/cps/cpsaat18b.htm

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