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No, a robot will not take your job (but it might change it)
Despite what we've all heard, a new survey shows that most American workers do not feel threatened by the prospect of workplace automation. In fact, nearly three-quarters say they would welcome the assistance.
Amazon to staffers: You can bring your dog
At e-commerce giant's Seattle HQ, every day is "bring your dog to work day."
Industry praises efforts to move USMCA forward
Retailers, truckers hopeful as the renegotiated trade deal with Canada and Mexico moves ahead following lawmakers' compromise agreement this week.
Doing good, and getting great results
Adaptive technologies are helping visually impaired employees at a Pennsylvania warehouse thrive. But the employer says it's the one reaping the rewards.
Survey: foodservice distribution drivers earn higher wages than other truckers
Foodservice delivery drivers with Class A CDL licenses earn average annual gross wages of $67,291, IFDA says.
DOT connects young military drivers to job opportunities in trucking
Transportation department launches job-search website to help 18- to 20-year-old military reservists and service members find jobs in trucking.
Women in Trucking prepares for change at the top
Wreaths Across America executive Sparks will "eventually" replace WIT founder Voie, group says.
Truck drivers suffering from inadequate sleep, study shows
Transport and material moving professions are among those experiencing the highest levels of poor sleep, and it's only getting worse, analysis of more than 150,000 working adults shows.
Rise of warehouse automation changes site selection plans for e-commerce DCs
Fully autonomous logistics still decades away, but robots are already changing warehouse floor plans, ceiling heights, Cushman and Wakefield says.
Logistics careers are "driving satisfaction"
The workdays can be long and the customers demanding, but logistics and supply chain management is still a satisfying career, according to respondents to DC Velocity's 16th annual Salary Survey.

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