Skills shortages and an ageing workforce have increased the demand for talented graduates to fill the latest transport and logistics roles
To deliver on the government's investment strategy for Britain's long-suffering road and rail network, employers in the transport and logistics industry are looking to take on a new generation of workers.
Those with qualifications and experience in areas such as design, engineering, construction and project management will find there are plenty of opportunities to work in the sector.
Careers in transport management
Whether you're keen on improving transport systems, managing transport services or coordinating the storage and distribution of goods, these demanding roles will keep you at the forefront of operations.
Excellent planning and organisation skills are essential for graduates overseeing passenger transport operations. Read more about road and railway careers.
A full understanding of the supply chain is crucial to those tasked with managing the flow of products, so they reach their destination on time and in a cost efficient manner.
Explore what's required to pursue a career in logistics and supply chain management.
Aviation graduate jobs
If you'd like to live the jet-set lifestyle, there's plenty of choice when it comes to working in the airline industry. These range from highly-responsible controller roles on the ground to piloting a passenger aircraft.
Discover how to apply for the leading airline graduate schemes.
Graduate civil engineering jobs
All transport (air, rail, road, water and even space) has a need for engineers to plan, design, construct and maintain the infrastructure. Successfully project managing the efficient, convenient and safe movement of goods and people is crucial to society.
Consider these tips for getting into civil engineering.