The data below should help you calculate your logistics growth.
For each new job or expansion, a new line of business, and a new category, you can see where your growth in these areas has come from.
To get a more precise estimate of your logistics cost, you need to know how many jobs you’ve created and what you’re adding to your total.
For example, let’s say you’re starting a new business and you need an extra $1 million to launch it.
You might have added 1,000 jobs, but that’s only half of your total expansion and you’re now looking at $2 million in additional growth.
If you want to be sure you’re getting the full $1.2 million you need, you should start counting jobs now and subtract the jobs you don’t need from the total number of jobs you have.
This is a good place to start to figure out if your expansion is paying off.
You can also add up the number of new jobs you added and the number that aren’t yet created.
You don’t have to count all of the jobs that aren