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Supply chain management plays a crucial, if somewhat unheralded, role in commerce. Supply chain managers keep the goods moving from vendors to manufacturers to retailers and into the hands of end users. This cross-functional role requires specialized training and long-term commitment, and supply chain managers are typically well compensated for their trouble. As technology advances, companies are looking to increase their investments in supply chain management, forming a bright hiring picture for entry-level and experienced candidates with the right skill sets. Turn to this WetFeet Insider Guide to learn The skills and education you'll need to get started in the field. The industry lingo you'll need to sound like an experienced pro in your interviews. Profiles, key numbers, and recent milestones for top manufacturing, retail, and logistics and transportation companies that rely on supply chain management to succeed. Recent trends in supply chain management and what they mean for job seekers. The lifestyle, salary, and perks you can expect as you move up the career ladder. Typical job descriptions and career paths to help you target your search. Where to turn for even more information on supply chain management.
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