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How to Get a Warehouse Job

Warehouse JobsWarehouse jobs are also known as light industrial jobs and they come in all shapes and sizes, though they all come under the banner of keeping a warehouse of goods and products organized and ready for shipment as necessary. Warehouse jobs can ran the gamut from keeping a small storehouse of clothing and buttons ready to go to keeping a warehouse full of industrial chemicals from leaking or blowing up. And within that scope are a fairly broad range of jobs from clerical to transportation. Warehouse jobs also have many benefits: good pay, flexible hours (since most warehouses are open into the night), the ability to work alone or in a group as you prefer, and the scope to be organized and work in an environment where you need a good range of physical and mental skills. Sound good to you? What do you need to do to secure a warehouse job?

What Kind of Warehouse Job do You Want?

Before you start tweaking your resume and sending off applications, it’s important to figure out what kind of warehouse job you want. There are both physical and non-physical jobs in any warehouse. If you’re looking for a job where you need to be organized and able to keep track of forms, but you’re not interested in anything too physical, then apply to be a warehouse clerk. If, on the other hand, you are of a more physical bent, then you should apply to be a warehouse worker who can lift and move boxes and crates. Other warehouse jobs require certification such as operating forklifts or driving trucks for the warehouse. So, before you start applying around, figure out what you’d like to do in a warehouse and go from there.

Applying for a Job in a Warehouse

Warehouse jobs rarely require much in the way of an education unless you are working with hazardous materials or needing certification in order to operate heavy machinery and trucks. Otherwise, you can usually get a warehouse job with little training (much of it is on the job training) and a few highlights on your resume. These should include:

  • Being organized
  • Being able to lift at least 70lbs
  • Familiarity with computers and simple organizational software
  • The ability to read maps and organizational schemata and even create them
  • Being able to operate things like forklifts and pallet-movers will be a huge asset
  • Basic mathematics
  • Higher paying jobs will require more experience and the ability to use more specialized equipment, but if you’re just looking to start out, these skills should serve you well. It’s also important to be able to work in any hours and be able to work in cold or warm temperatures as necessary.

    By and large, employers require workers who are physically active, have a good level of stamina, are patient, and are able to do long tasks on their feet.

    Warehouse jobs aren’t necessarily easy and they can be very risky with weather risks, the risks that come with working around heavy objects and things like strain and injury as well as the damage which can come from working with moving parts. However, for the right personalities, this sort of job can be pretty rewarding and moving up the corporate ladder will help you make more money and get more benefits. If this sounds good to you, start today and bring order to unruly warehouses!

    Good luck on your warehouse job search.

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