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Generation Logistics case study: Rob, Associate in the Developer Management Team, Prologis


Rob always knew he wanted to work in construction, so when it came to higher education, he chose an RICS-accredited course at Nottingham Trent University.

“As part of that degree I did a placement year in industry, which I completed at Prologis,” he says. “I then went back to university to complete my degree and was fortunate enough to get a role back with Prologis when I finished.”

“Doing a sandwich year makes you far more employable post completion of your degree because you’ve got a full year in industry,” he continues. “It makes your final year a lot easier too.”

Rob’s very happy with his role and recommends the logistics industry to anyone unsure about their future who wants a challenge and some stability in a secure and exciting industry. 

“We’ve recently seen a boom in ecommerce,” he says, “and everyone wanting orders delivered to their door the next day. The industry is not going anywhere and it’s innovating and growing. With that comes improvement in all areas: sustainability, innovation and buildings. And being that part of it really intrigued me.”

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Published On: 13/07/2023 12:00:00

 

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