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Demand is Growing: Enjoy a rewarding Forklift Operator Career

According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), forklift operator careers should expand by more than 12 percent between 2015 and 2020. The conservative BLS estimates does not factor in the impact of the recent dramatic decline in energy prices. Lower energy prices increase consumer demand, as well as provide transportation companies with significant savings. The BLS outlook for forklift operators includes an average annual salary of $30,220 for the 496,570 forklift specialists employed as of 2014.

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8 Forklift Tips and Tricks

Earning your forklift license is only the beginning of the learning process. Sure, you get educated on the basics during training, so you can become certified, but this does not begin to cover everything there is to learn. Every day will be a new learning experience, but it sure is a lot easier, if you have helpful tips and tricks to keep in mind to get you started. This list should help.

Check Equipment Before Every Shift – Just because you oversleep, get stopped by every red light, and can’t find a parking space does not give you the excuse to skip your pre-shift inspection. Your forklift is your responsibility. Don’t assume the person who used the equipment before you did a thorough inspection after their shift. Forklifts can be very dangerous. Take control of your safety with a pre-shift inspection. Get your FREE Inspection sheet

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