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Aviation, logistics, transport, and maritime

Reach new places in this fast-moving industry

The transport industry is enormous, and is about more than just ‘planes, trains and automobiles’. It encompasses everything from public transport to freight logistics – the transport industry is responsible for moving people and goods locally, between cities, interstate and internationally.

If you’re interested in aviation, rail, road, water, cables, pipelines or space, this is the industry for you.

Transport goods and people by air

Ensure goods reach their destination

Maintain our road and rail networks

Aviation and transport

Industry Outlook

Transport Careers

This industry has seen significant change, with increases in regulations that have improved safety and efficiency, as well as modernisation of technology from trucks to planes to distribution.

Growth across the industry is mostly moderate, with strong forecasted growth in the areas of supply, distribution and procurement, as well as rail construction.

Aviation Careers

Skills and Attributes

About you

The transport industry is widely varied, but it’s all centred around being service based. Workers with people skills, organisational ability and an interest in vehicles and infrastructure can readily find work as long as they’re suitably qualified.

Due to the nature of the work involved, many roles require specific licensing (forklifts & crane tickets, locomotive driver license, maritime certifications etc) but these aren’t hard to attain if you’re driven.


Be prepared to change plans at short notice, and adjust to new tools, vehicles, and work environments

Strong Organisational Skills

You'll need to keep track of what needs moving and when, to make sure things end up in the right place

Problem Solving Skills

You and your team will need to solve problems on a regular basis, plus you'll need to be able to communicate about your solutions

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