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Customs Brokers


Customs brokers will have good employment opportunities in the near future. The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that employment for business operations specialists, including customs brokers, will grow 6 percent through 2028. Customs regulations change regularly and as new regulations are introduced, customs brokers and other related professionals will be needed to advise clients of these changes and to help them keep their import and export operations compliant. This is a small field, however, with only 14,454 active licensed customs brokers employed in the United States. Customs brokers with a bachelor's degree, a customs broker license, and several years of work experience in customs brokerage will have the advantage in the job market.

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