Truck Driving Jobs

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Careers in trucking can be a rewarding way to see the country, earn a solid living, and establish a secure future. Each one of these jobs presents its own experiences that we help foster here at the Driver Resource Center.

Why Trucking?

The lifeblood of the U.S. economy, the trucking industry is a $681 billion industry that continues to grow steadily. Without the trucking industry, retailers would struggle with supplying the public with the goods that are needed every day. That means secure and lucrative opportunities for professional drivers with the right CDL training and experience. No matter what happens, if you bought it, it was brought by a trucker.

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Why Trucking?

The lifeblood of the U.S. economy, the trucking industry is a $681 billion industry that continues to grow steadily. Without the trucking industry, retailers would struggle with supplying the public with the goods that are needed every day. That means secure and lucrative opportunities for professional drivers with the right CDL training and experience. No matter what happens, if you bought it, it was brought by a trucker.

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TRUCKING INDUSTRY BENEFITS

  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Variety of Driving Types
  • Growth & Advancement Opportunities
  • 401k Retirement Savings Plan
  • Minimal Training Time
  • Health Insurance
  • Job Security
  • Life Insurance
  • Job Paid Vacation & Sick Time
  • Bring Your Pets on the Road

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ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED DRIVER LOOKING FOR A NEW OPPORTUNITY?

Lifetime Placement

We offer lifetime placement. If you are a previous graduate from one of our partner schools and looking for another opportunity, simply call or click, and we will work to get you another opportunity with one of our trucking partners.

Truck Driving Opportunities

Over the Road

OTR drivers get to travel all over the country while enjoying the freedom of the open road.

LTL Driving

LTL drivers carry multiple shipments with different destinations on the same trailer.

Dedicated Driving

A dedicated truck driver will have regular routes for a specific company, or to a specific destination.

Local Driving

Local driving jobs require drivers to run throughout an entire day, but get home nightly.

Team Driving

Team driving means that 2 drivers operate a truck together, allowing them to travel further without having to stop as often.

Regional Driving

Regional driving jobs have routes within a designated region of the country.

Start your New Career in Truck Driving Today!

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