Amazon has the Most Advanced Supply Chain Workforce. Where are Those People Going Next?
Amazon employees don't just leave for Walmart or Target
The past few months has put an enormous strain on supply chain infrastructure. Despite this disruption, Amazon in particular has thrived and continues to deliver products with minimal delay. This, in large part, is due to Amazon’s significant investment in logistics technology and training over the last few years. For logistics professionals, there is perhaps no greater place to upskill.
Something Revelio Labs thinks about is where that highly skilled labor is going next. By tracking logistics skills and transitions between companies in our latest labor market analysis, we've identified where Amazon logistics employees go after leaving the company. Check out the results below:
Direct competitors, like Walmart and Target, are sourcing the most talent from Amazon logistics, while other logistics companies make up much of the rest.
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