The Port of Long Beach is a powerful jobs generator, supporting nearly 316,000 jobs in Southern California and more than 1.4 million jobs across the country. And the Port of Long Beach generates about 30,000 jobs right here in your own backyard – that’s 1 of every 8 jobs in the city of Long Beach. Jobs in international trade and goods movement span the spectrum, from entry-level positions at major railroads to high-level careers in international law.
You can find out more about careers in the goods movement industry, including salary ranges, educational requirements and more, on our careers pages. Look on the home page or in the Careers sub-menu in the navigation.
Only a small number of the people whose livelihood depends on the Port are actually employed directly by the Port of Long Beach, which operates as an autonomous department of the City of Long Beach. You can find information about the Port’s open positions on our jobs page.
And we have even more information about educational and training programs on our Job Resources page.
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Listings on our Careers pages are not intended to be comprehensive; there may be more local programs available. The listings are informational only and should not be taken as an endorsement of a particular institution.