Webinar: Lessons from campus on recruiting, retaining today’s railroaders

Demand for Michigan State University’s Supply Chain Management program graduates is high, with about 96 percent finding jobs within the first few months of graduation, if not before. EQRoy / Shutterstock.com

When searching for their first job out of college, today’s graduates are looking for more than a lucrative salary with great benefits. They also want to work for companies with a corporate culture that aligns with their values. That’s one message representatives of Michigan State University's (MSU) Supply Chain Management and Railway Management programs delivered to attendees of the Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association’s (REMSA) June 24 webinar “Rail Career 101: A Dual Perspective.”


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