Learn How to Use Your Engineering Degree in Retail

Aug 17, 2016

From managing facilities and construction projects, you can find a store engineering degree in retail. Learn about the career opportunities as a retail store engineer with Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

Using Your Engineering Degree

Engineering is all about thinking outside the box. One way to do this? Putting your engineering degree to use in retail. An engineering degree can be used in different facets of retail. From logistics to store construction to supply chain management, there are plenty of ways to use your degree in retail. Engineering in retail utilizes logical and critical thinking skills, strong numeracy and problem-solving skills.Learn How to Use Your Engineering Degree in Retail.jpg

Ultimately, engineering jobs in retail can truly impact business. Creating innovative building designs, researching logistic plans and improving current retail structures are all part of retail. Without a solid engineering foundation, a retail business can fall apart. That’s where an engineering degree can come into play. Using all of that knowledge can help a retail company reach new customers and create a better customer experiences for current shoppers.

Engineering at Blain’s Farm & Fleet

At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, our engineering department is hard at work, helping to ensure our customers and associates have the best experience. Through innovative store designs and careful planning, the customer experience can be enhanced. If you’re interested in joining a family-owned company, visit our current job openings. If there aren’t any positions open but you’re still interested in becoming a part of the Blain’s family, join our Talent Network. You’ll receive email updates for any new job openings in your area of interest.