Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics

Air Traffic Controllers

Air traffic controllers coordinate air flights to make sure that pilots and passengers travel safely.

Aircraft Mechanics

Aircraft mechanics service and repair aircraft and aircraft engines.

Airframe Mechanics

Aircraft mechanics service and repair aircraft and aircraft engines.

Airline Captains

Airplane and commercial pilots fly airplanes and helicopters.

Airplane Mechanics

Aircraft mechanics service and repair aircraft and aircraft engines.

Airplane Pilots

Airplane and commercial pilots fly airplanes and helicopters.

Ambulance Drivers

Ambulance drivers transport patients who are sick, injured, or recovering.

Auto Body Repairers

Auto body repairers fix or replace damaged parts of vehicle bodies and frames.

Auto Glass Installers

Auto glass installers repair or replace damaged windshields and windows in motor vehicles.

Automobile Detailers

Vehicle cleaners clean vehicles, machinery, and other types of equipment.

Automobile Mechanics

Automobile mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.

Automobile Tire Repairers and Changers

Tire repairers and changers fix and replace tires on motor vehicles.

Automotive Electronics Installers

Automotive electronics installers set up and repair sound, security, and navigation components in vehicles.

Automotive Engineers

Automobile mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.

Automotive Technicians

Automobile mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.

Aviation Mechanics

Aircraft mechanics service and repair aircraft and aircraft engines.

Avionics Technicians

Aircraft mechanics service and repair aircraft and aircraft engines.

Barge Captains

Ship captains and mates direct and navigate all kinds of ships.

Bicycle Repairers

Bicycle repairers fix bicycles using hand tools.

Bike Mechanics

Bicycle repairers fix bicycles using hand tools.

Billing Clerks

Billing clerks keep records, calculate charges, and maintain files of payments made for goods and services.

Body and Fender Repairers

Auto body repairers fix or replace damaged parts of vehicle bodies and frames.

Brake Repairers

Automobile mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.

Bus and Truck Mechanics

Bus and truck mechanics maintain and repair diesel engines.

Bus Drivers

Bus drivers operate motor vehicles that move people from one place to another.

Bus Drivers, School

School bus drivers transport elementary, middle, and high school students to and from school.

Cab Drivers

Taxi drivers and chauffeurs transport passengers to and from their homes, work places, and other locations.

Car Detailers

Vehicle cleaners clean vehicles, machinery, and other types of equipment.

Car Mechanics

Automobile mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.

Car Refinishers

Auto body repairers fix or replace damaged parts of vehicle bodies and frames.

Cargo and Freight Agents

Transportation agents coordinate the movement of freight, mail, baggage, and passengers at airports.

Cargo Handlers

Freight handlers move materials from one place to another.

Chauffeurs

Taxi drivers and chauffeurs transport passengers to and from their homes, work places, and other locations.

Collision Mechanics

Auto body repairers fix or replace damaged parts of vehicle bodies and frames.

Commercial Pilots

Airplane and commercial pilots fly airplanes and helicopters.

Conductors

Train conductors and yardmasters coordinate and supervise rail travel of passengers and freight.

Control Tower Operators

Air traffic controllers coordinate air flights to make sure that pilots and passengers travel safely.

Copilots

Airplane and commercial pilots fly airplanes and helicopters.

Cost Clerks

Billing clerks keep records, calculate charges, and maintain files of payments made for goods and services.

Couriers and Messengers

Couriers and messengers pick up and deliver letters, documents, and packages.

Customizers

Auto body repairers fix or replace damaged parts of vehicle bodies and frames.

Deck Engineers

Ship engineers operate engines and other equipment on many types of ships.

Deckhands

Deckhands help operate and maintain ships and their equipment.

Delivery Truck Drivers

Light truck drivers drive small trucks to transport people, goods, or materials.

Detailers, Automobile

Vehicle cleaners clean vehicles, machinery, and other types of equipment.

Diesel Engine Mechanics

Bus and truck mechanics maintain and repair diesel engines.

Diesel Engineers

Locomotive engineers run trains that carry cargo and passengers.

Diesel Mechanics

Heavy equipment mechanics repair and maintain equipment such as graders, backhoes, and loading shovels.

Diesel Truck Drivers

Heavy truck drivers drive large trucks or tractor-trailers to transport goods and materials.

Dinkey Operators

Locomotive engineers run trains that carry cargo and passengers.

Dinkey Operators

Railroad brake, signal, and switch operators take care of railroad tracks and equipment. They put rail cars together for the transport of passengers and freight.

Dispatchers

Dispatchers coordinate the movement of workers and motor vehicles.

Dispatchers

Train conductors and yardmasters coordinate and supervise rail travel of passengers and freight.

Distribution Managers

Storage and transportation managers direct the pickup, transport, and storage of goods.

Emergency Service Dispatchers

Dispatchers coordinate the movement of workers and motor vehicles.

Engineers, Ship

Ship engineers operate engines and other equipment on many types of ships.

Engineers, Train

Locomotive engineers run trains that carry cargo and passengers.

Filling Station Attendants

Service station attendants sell fuel and basic automotive services.

Flight Attendants

Flight attendants take care of airline passengers.

Flight Dispatchers

Air traffic controllers coordinate air flights to make sure that pilots and passengers travel safely.

Flight Engineers

Airplane and commercial pilots fly airplanes and helicopters.

Flight Navigators

Airplane and commercial pilots fly airplanes and helicopters.

Flight Service Specialists

Air traffic controllers coordinate air flights to make sure that pilots and passengers travel safely.

Forklift Operators

Forklift operators use tractors to lift and move heavy loads of materials.

Freight Handlers

Freight handlers move materials from one place to another.

Gas Station Attendants

Service station attendants sell fuel and basic automotive services.

Glass Installers, Vehicles

Auto glass installers repair or replace damaged windshields and windows in motor vehicles.

Heavy Equipment Mechanics

Heavy equipment mechanics repair and maintain equipment such as graders, backhoes, and loading shovels.

Heavy Truck Drivers

Heavy truck drivers drive large trucks or tractor-trailers to transport goods and materials.

Holsters

Railroad brake, signal, and switch operators take care of railroad tracks and equipment. They put rail cars together for the transport of passengers and freight.

Hostlers

Locomotive engineers run trains that carry cargo and passengers.

Industrial Truck Operators

Forklift operators use tractors to lift and move heavy loads of materials.

Light Truck Drivers

Light truck drivers drive small trucks to transport people, goods, or materials.

Loaders

Tank car, truck, and ship loaders pump liquids from storage tanks to vehicles.

Local Truck Drives

Light truck drivers drive small trucks to transport people, goods, or materials.

Locomotive Engineers

Locomotive engineers run trains that carry cargo and passengers.

Long Haul Truck Drivers

Heavy truck drivers drive large trucks or tractor-trailers to transport goods and materials.

Longshoremen

Freight handlers move materials from one place to another.

Lot Attendants

Parking lot attendants park cars in lots and garages, or assist customers in parking cars.

Marine Mechanics

Motorboat mechanics maintain and repair boat motors.

Marine Pilots

Ship pilots guide ships through channels, harbors, or other waterways.

Mates

Ship captains and mates direct and navigate all kinds of ships.

Mechanics, Aircraft

Aircraft mechanics service and repair aircraft and aircraft engines.

Mechanics, Automobile

Automobile mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.

Mechanics, Bus and Truck

Bus and truck mechanics maintain and repair diesel engines.

Mechanics, Heavy Equipment

Heavy equipment mechanics repair and maintain equipment such as graders, backhoes, and loading shovels.

Mechanics, Motorboat

Motorboat mechanics maintain and repair boat motors.

Mechanics, Motorcycle

Motorcycle mechanics maintain and repair motorcycles. They also work on all-terrain vehicles, motor scooters, and mopeds.

Message Delivery Clerks

Couriers and messengers pick up and deliver letters, documents, and packages.

Messengers

Couriers and messengers pick up and deliver letters, documents, and packages.

Motorboat Mechanics

Motorboat mechanics maintain and repair boat motors.

Motorcycle Mechanics

Motorcycle mechanics maintain and repair motorcycles. They also work on all-terrain vehicles, motor scooters, and mopeds.

Motorcycle Repairers

Motorcycle mechanics maintain and repair motorcycles. They also work on all-terrain vehicles, motor scooters, and mopeds.

Outboard Motor Mechanics

Motorboat mechanics maintain and repair boat motors.

Packers and Packagers

Packers and packagers prepare materials for shipping.

Parking Lot Attendants

Parking lot attendants park cars in lots and garages, or assist customers in parking cars.

Patient Carriers

Ambulance drivers transport patients who are sick, injured, or recovering.

Pilots, Airplane

Airplane and commercial pilots fly airplanes and helicopters.

Pilots, Ship

Ship pilots guide ships through channels, harbors, or other waterways.

Powerplant (Airplane) Mechanics

Aircraft mechanics service and repair aircraft and aircraft engines.

Production Packers

Packers and packagers prepare materials for shipping.

Pump Attendants

Service station attendants sell fuel and basic automotive services.

Pump Operators

Pump operators control the transport of oil and natural gas between wells and storage tanks.

Radio Dispatchers

Dispatchers coordinate the movement of workers and motor vehicles.

Rail Yard Engineers

Locomotive engineers run trains that carry cargo and passengers.

Rail Yard Engineers

Railroad brake, signal, and switch operators take care of railroad tracks and equipment. They put rail cars together for the transport of passengers and freight.

Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operators

Railroad brake, signal, and switch operators take care of railroad tracks and equipment. They put rail cars together for the transport of passengers and freight.

Railroad Conductors

Train conductors and yardmasters coordinate and supervise rail travel of passengers and freight.

Railroad Engineers

Locomotive engineers run trains that carry cargo and passengers.

Rate Clerks

Billing clerks keep records, calculate charges, and maintain files of payments made for goods and services.

Recreational Vehicle Mechanics

Bus and truck mechanics maintain and repair diesel engines.

Repairers, Motorcycle

Motorcycle mechanics maintain and repair motorcycles. They also work on all-terrain vehicles, motor scooters, and mopeds.

Roadmasters

Train conductors and yardmasters coordinate and supervise rail travel of passengers and freight.

Routing Agents

Transportation agents coordinate the movement of freight, mail, baggage, and passengers at airports.

School Bus Drivers

School bus drivers transport elementary, middle, and high school students to and from school.

Semi Drivers

Heavy truck drivers drive large trucks or tractor-trailers to transport goods and materials.

Service Station Attendants

Service station attendants sell fuel and basic automotive services.

Service Technicians

Automobile mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.

Ship Captains and Mates

Ship captains and mates direct and navigate all kinds of ships.

Ship Engineers

Ship engineers operate engines and other equipment on many types of ships.

Ship Loaders

Tank car, truck, and ship loaders pump liquids from storage tanks to vehicles.

Ship Pilots

Ship pilots guide ships through channels, harbors, or other waterways.

Shipping Agents

Transportation agents coordinate the movement of freight, mail, baggage, and passengers at airports.

Short Haul Truck Drivers

Light truck drivers drive small trucks to transport people, goods, or materials.

Stevedores

Freight handlers move materials from one place to another.

Stewards and Stewardesses

Flight attendants take care of airline passengers.

Storage and Transportation Managers

Storage and transportation managers direct the pickup, transport, and storage of goods.

Streetcar Operators

Subway operators drive commuter trains that run below city streets. Streetcar operators drive electric-powered trains that move on tracks on streets.

Subway and Streetcar Operators

Subway operators drive commuter trains that run below city streets. Streetcar operators drive electric-powered trains that move on tracks on streets.

Tank Car, Truck, and Ship Loaders

Tank car, truck, and ship loaders pump liquids from storage tanks to vehicles.

Taxi Dispatchers

Dispatchers coordinate the movement of workers and motor vehicles.

Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs

Taxi drivers and chauffeurs transport passengers to and from their homes, work places, and other locations.

Tire Repairers and Changers

Tire repairers and changers fix and replace tires on motor vehicles.

Tower Operators

Air traffic controllers coordinate air flights to make sure that pilots and passengers travel safely.

Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers

Heavy truck drivers drive large trucks or tractor-trailers to transport goods and materials.

Traffic Analysts

Traffic technicians gather and analyze information about traffic conditions.

Traffic Technicians

Traffic technicians gather and analyze information about traffic conditions.

Train Conductors and Yardmasters

Train conductors and yardmasters coordinate and supervise rail travel of passengers and freight.

Train Engineers

Locomotive engineers run trains that carry cargo and passengers.

Train Yard Workers

Railroad brake, signal, and switch operators take care of railroad tracks and equipment. They put rail cars together for the transport of passengers and freight.

Tram Operators

Subway operators drive commuter trains that run below city streets. Streetcar operators drive electric-powered trains that move on tracks on streets.

Transmission Technicians

Automobile mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.

Transportation Agents

Transportation agents coordinate the movement of freight, mail, baggage, and passengers at airports.

Transportation Managers

Storage and transportation managers direct the pickup, transport, and storage of goods.

Trolley Operators

Subway operators drive commuter trains that run below city streets. Streetcar operators drive electric-powered trains that move on tracks on streets.

Truck Drivers

Heavy truck drivers drive large trucks or tractor-trailers to transport goods and materials.

Truck Loaders

Tank car, truck, and ship loaders pump liquids from storage tanks to vehicles.

Truck Loaders and Unloaders

Freight handlers move materials from one place to another.

Truck Mechanics

Bus and truck mechanics maintain and repair diesel engines.

Valet Parkers

Parking lot attendants park cars in lots and garages, or assist customers in parking cars.

Vehicle Cleaners

Vehicle cleaners clean vehicles, machinery, and other types of equipment.

Wellhead Pumpers

Pump operators control the transport of oil and natural gas between wells and storage tanks.

Windshield Repairers

Auto glass installers repair or replace damaged windshields and windows in motor vehicles.

Yard Pilots

Train conductors and yardmasters coordinate and supervise rail travel of passengers and freight.

Yardmasters

Train conductors and yardmasters coordinate and supervise rail travel of passengers and freight.
Source: Illinois Career Information System (CIS) brought to you by Illinois Department of Employment Security.