The median trucking salary nationwide is $40,000, and the average salary remains over $70,000—with a fair number of drivers making over six figures. So how can a trucker find higher paying truck driving jobs? Qualify for Higher Risk, Higher Paying Truck Driving Jobs...
It sounds too good to be true. An industry where the salary has grown 28 percent since 2000 and continues to increase each year. An industry where the average salary is around $73,000 for long-haul and $40,000 for local driving. So why is it that the trucking industry...
The trucking industry is growing at a rapid rate. Online shopping is at an all-time high, increasing the number of fulfillment and supply chain hubs. The economy is, for the most part, doing well, which means the demand for products and supplies is strong. This...
It’s long overdue, but finally the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has eased the requirements for active duty and military veterans to obtain their commercial driver’s license. This is exciting news for military personal and trucking companies. Too...
Talks about the growing demand for infrastructure updates began well before the 2016 presidential election. While anyone who drives on our nation’s roads, bridges, and highways can see that there are obvious areas of opportunity—not everyone is taking the time to...
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