The NNTW has developed a set of resources to help students and job seekers evaluate the career opportunities that are available in the transportation and goods movement sectors. Exploring these resources can offer a better understanding of this industry’s occupational landscape, longterm workforce priorities, workplace competency requirements, and reaction to technological and economic disruption.
Discover the many career trajectories that are possible within the transportation sector. Covering the five primary disciplines of Operations, Safety, Engineering, and Planning, each of the career ladders presented offer a deep dive into the occupational opportunities, responsibilities, job competencies, and educational requirements of the surface transportation workforce over the next 10-15 years.
These featured profiles of transportation professionals offer a look into the many career opportunities available within the transportation industry and of the people that make our personal mobility their personal responsibility. Learn about the lives and vision of these industry professionals as they pursue their career goals in the transportation sector.
Many environmental fields contribute to planning, building, and operating a sustainable transportation network. The people who bring these skills and their passion to work in transportation organizations help to mitigate the environmental impacts of our expansive mobility, and identify, design and operate new mobility systems for the future.
One of the many decisions students face while laying out a solid educational plan is whether to pursue a degree in the area of computer science. Researching for good options to accessible academic degree programs can be an overwhelming and exhausting chore, but honing in on what you want and pursuing it relentlessly is usually the best path for success.