West Point, GA
Williams & Rowe Co
Riebes Auto Parts LLC
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Kansas City, MO
Logan Township, NJ
Pella Windows and Doors
Warehouse Jobs Overview
Warehouse jobs are the backbone of the US economy. As part of the supply chain, warehouse workers are crucial to businesses moving goods from one place to another. Without these dedicated professionals, order fulfillments for the countless number of suppliers and online shoppers all around the globe would grind to a halt. Warehouse workers are necessary to keep society functioning. Warehouse jobs are open to a wide variety of job seekers and don’t require a degree from a university.
Choosing a job as a warehouse worker is a great option if you enjoy a fast-paced environment and working with your hands. You’ll be completing shipments by processing orders, enforcing inventory controls, preserving a safe and clean work environment, and contributing to a team. And you’ll have many opportunities to do work just like this. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates that hand laborers and material movers will see a 4% increase in employment over the next 10 years.
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Warehouse Worker Training and Skills
No formal education is required for this position, but you can expect to receive some on-the-job training. To succeed in warehouse jobs, it will be helpful if you have prior experience in planning, inventory control, documentation, and time management. Because warehouse work can be strenuous, you should be able to physically perform the tasks assigned to you. Check out Monster’s job description for a warehouse worker to learn more.
Update Your Warehouse Worker Resume
Before you hit the apply button, you need to get your resume in order. If you're not sure where to begin, we've got you covered. Monster’s warehouse worker resume sample can guide you on how to put together a professional resume. You might need a cover letter too. No need to panic: We have sample cover letters, or you can get some general info on writing the best cover letter, all laid out in simple, practical steps.
How Much Do Warehouse Jobs Pay?
Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you're getting paid what you're worth. The median pay for a laborer/warehouse worker in the US is $14.36 per hour. Check out Monster’s Salary Tools to find out what you can expect to make as a warehouse worker in different parts of the country. You’ll also discover which skills can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be.
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- locations, headquarters, and number of employees
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