Logistics are critical to many logistics companies.
In fact, the US has the second-highest per capita share of the global logistics industry in the world.
Logistics services include trucking, cargo, and logistics.
In a new report from the International Business Times, the company tracks trends in logistics and logistics services in the US over the past few years.
The report, Logistics: The Future of the American Economy, finds that US logistics is in a recovery period.
However, it notes that the recovery may not last as long as it seems.
The report examines the performance of US logistics services since the end of the Great Recession in 2008, and then analyzes trends since then.
The US is still recovering from the Great Depression.
The unemployment rate was 9.2 percent in March 2019.
Since then, the unemployment rate has fallen to 3.8 percent.
While that is still very low, it’s still very high compared to other advanced economies.
According to the IBT report, since then, US logistics has added about 13,000 jobs, with the number of new jobs in the logistics sector rising steadily.
The increase in US logistics jobs has been especially impressive in the food, retail, and office services sectors.
Logistical jobs are growing at an average of about 8 percent per year.
The IBT’s report also points out that there is still a lot of room for improvement for the US logistics industry.
The number of manufacturing jobs in manufacturing has been declining over the last decade, and the job losses have been concentrated in the service and manufacturing sectors.
The industry is expected to have more than 100,000 manufacturing jobs by 2025.
The US has a long way to go to meet the needs of its new manufacturing economy, and improving the labor market is one of the most pressing tasks facing the American economy right now.