MPSEC is a connector between industry and its future workforce. We are happy to make introductions to facilitate the industry’s needs for recruiting graduates into its employee roster.
The U.S. Departments of Education, Transportation, and Labor have worked together and with industry stakeholders to project the employment and skill needs of the transportation industry over the next 10 years, and to ensure that America has job-driven education and workforce development systems in place that can provide students, job seekers, and workers with the skills needed for these careers.
The collection and analysis of employment and skills data highlights the future growth areas and employment “hot spots” in transportation by industry sub-sectors, occupations, career areas, and geographic areas. It also emphasizes the need for skills training and Career Pathways across the transportation industry. With high-demand jobs, good wages, MPSEC recognizes the patterns in the education and work experience required for entry, as well as on-the-job training required for new entrants to gain full competency.