Careers In Motion at TRB 2018

Careers In Motion at TRB 2018

October 27, 2017  | Ann Henebery

Careers In Motion at TRB 2018

As America faces the challenge of updating and repairing its aging infrastructure, policy makers and employers need to create a pipeline of hundreds of thousands of jobs in the transportation sector and in transportation-related projects—especially in the wake of a largely retiring workforce. Join Eno and TRB for the launch of the Careers in Motion Networking Fair during the 2018 TRB Annual Meeting.
 
This event will provide an opportunity for prospective employers from a wide range of sectors and modes to meet with transportation professionals interested in working for their organizations. Attendees will be registrants who span career levels from seasoned executives to recent graduates. Hiring managers will be onsite and ready to offer career information and advice.
Learn more here.
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