GLOBAL TRADE & LOGISTICS


Career Pathways

These occupations represent seven in-demand jobs in the Inland Empire
as selected by the local Global Trade and Logistics Deputy Sector Navigator.

Occupation Annual Job Openings
Between 2015–2020
Typical
Entry-Level
Education
Hourly Wages:
Light purple money representing Entry Level Hourly Pay Entry-Level
10th percentile
Purple money representing Median Hourly Pay Median
50th percentile
Dark purple money representing Experienced Hourly Pay Experienced
90th percentile
$8  ($10/hr = min. wage)
Globe with Arrows going around it Logisticians Meter under 450 Bachelors degree Bachelor’s
degree
Entry Level Pay: $23, Median Pay: $35, Experienced Pay: $53
Megaphone Marketing
Managers
Meter under 450 Bachelors degree Bachelor’s
degree
Entry Level Pay: $26, Median Pay: $48, Experienced Pay: $92
Clipboard with Truck on it Transportation,
Storage, and
Distribution
Managers
Meter over 450 Diploma High school
diploma
or equivalent
Entry Level Pay: $27, Median Pay: $40, Experienced Pay: $57
Computer with line chart Market Research
Analysts and
Marketing Specialists
Meter over 450 Bachelors degree Bachelor’s
degree
Entry Level Pay: $15, Median Pay: $24, Experienced Pay: $44
Desk First-Line Supervisors
of Office and
Administrative
Support Workers
Meter over 450 Diploma High school
diploma
or equivalent*
Entry Level Pay: $15, Median Pay: $24, Experienced Pay: $37
Shaking Hands Sales Representatives,
Wholesale and
Manufacturing,
Except Technical and
Scientific Products
Meter over 450 Diploma High school
diploma
or equivalent*
Entry Level Pay: $14, Median Pay: $26, Experienced Pay: $50
Headset with mic Customer Service
Representatives
Meter under 450 Diploma High school
diploma
or equivalent*
Entry Level Pay: $11, Median Pay: $17, Experienced Pay: $26

*Education combined with additional community college training may better prepare you to enter this occupation.

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