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Recruitment activity slipped in September, with truck transportation jobs down 11,400.
The truck driver shortage issue isn't as pressing a problem thanks to stepped-up recruitment activity.
The average truck driver in the U.S. earns $69,000 a year.
Truckload capacity and declining job growth suggest the recession is taking hold.
The trucking industry's biggest problem at the moment is the cost of fuel.
Truckers who emanate positivity are often the ones you can't afford to lose.
4 tips to break burnout before it breaks you
The FMCSA has pulled the plug on the hours of service exemption.
The mental health benefits of driving
The driver shortage is incentivizing motor carriers to pay truckers more than they ever have before.
It's estimated that between 8% and 10% of trucker drivers in America are women.
Commitment to zero emissions is gaining traction.
When it comes to truck driving, using one of these staffing organizations can be a major benefit and can give you, as a business owner or manager, peace of mind.
The trucking industry shows when people are buying more or less.
Showing truck drivers they are secure, and offering them job security, will in most cases give them a higher sense of value than anything else when it comes to work.
Managers and business owners are preparing themselves for the worst while hoping for the best–truck driving companies (and those who hire truck drivers) included.
A driver who hasn’t scheduled their time properly might be in a rush, which is never a good mindset to be in behind the wheel and can lead to errors and dangerous activity like speeding.
People considering getting into truck driving might wonder whether or not there is job security in the industry.
There is data that shows people are increasingly worried about a possible recession.
Layoffs aren't always the answer.