March 14, 2017
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Infographic: Logistics: nice work if you can get it

It may not be glamorous, but the logistics and supply chain profession has a lot to recommend it, according to respondents to DC VELOCITY's 14th annual Salary Survey.

By Ben Ames and Diane Rand

It may not be glamorous, but the logistics and supply chain profession has a lot to recommend it, according to respondents to DC VELOCITY's 14th annual Salary Survey.
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About the Authors

Ben Ames
Senior Editor
Ben Ames has spent 20 years as a journalist since starting out as a daily newspaper reporter in Pennsylvania in 1995. From 1999 forward, he has focused on business and technology reporting for a number of trade journals, beginning when he joined Design News and Modern Materials Handling magazines. Ames is author of the trail guide "Hiking Massachusetts" and is a graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism.

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Diane Rand
Associate Editor-Digital
Diane Rand has several years of magazine editing and production experience. She previously worked as a production editor for Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management Review. She joined the editorial staff in 2015. She is responsible for managing digital, editorial, and production projects for DC Velocity and its sister magazine, Supply Chain Quarterly.

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