Transportation & Warehousing Workforce Deemed Volatile - Global Trade Magazine
  February 21st, 2020 | Written by

Transportation & Warehousing Workforce Deemed Volatile

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  • The report finds mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction has the most volatile workforce out of major industries.
  • Washington, D.C., New York and Massachusetts have the most volatile workforces in the nation.
  • The transportation/warehousing industry is No. 6 for workforce volatility in the U.S.

The transportation/warehousing industry is No. 6 for workforce volatility in the U.S., with the sector logging the second-highest average Talent Retention Risk Score (53.3), which is 3 percent higher than the national average.

This means transportation/warehouse workers are more likely to explore new roles or engage with recruiters than those in other sectors.

The preceding little blast of sunshine comes from Workforce Logiq, an Orlando, Florida-headquartered global provider of AI-powered workforce intelligence, technology and services to large corporations. The company recently released its first ever Workforce Management Benchmark Report, which examines and predicts talent volatility across major industries, job functions, metropolitan statistical areas and states.

The report finds mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction has the most volatile workforce out of all major industries, followed by the finance and insurance industry. Skilled trade is the most stable job function. Washington, D.C., New York and Massachusetts have the most volatile workforces in the nation, while Mississippi, New Mexico and Wyoming have the least.

Download the 2020 Workforce Management Benchmark Report at: https://www.workforcelogiq.com/white-papers/workforce-management-annual-benchmark-report/.