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3,424 Warehouse Worker Jobs Nationwide

Warehouse workers perform a variety of job duties in distribution centers. Depending on the position, warehouse workers may locate items and prepare them for shipping, move large volumes of product with forklifts and pallet jacks, print and place shipping labels using a computer or perform checks to ensure that orders are filled properly.


Skillset: Although skill requirements vary based on the job being performed, warehouse workers must be able to lift a certain amount of weight, fill orders accurately and possibly use computers or pallet moving equipment. Workers must also be able to crouch, bend and stoop in order to reach and lift items from lower shelves.


Education: College education is not required for most ground-level warehouse worker positions, but some jobs require a high school diploma or equivalent. Employers provide training in the form of video, hands on learning or some combination.


Career Path: Many warehouses hire new warehouse workers through temporary staffing services, but some companies hire workers directly. Warehouses often place new employees on large-scale, short-term projects and move them to permanent positions later. Over time, the most accurate order pickers may be moved to quality control positions. Floor managers are often hired from existing warehouse personnel.

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