Throughout the past few weeks, we've talked all about truck driving jobs and CDL training programs in states like Indiana, Texas, Missouri, and more. Today, we're going to round-up all those posts into one place, so if you missed any, be sure to catch up by checking out the links below!
There's more than corn in Indiana, including opportunities for truck driving jobs. Indiana is known as the Crossroads of America, making it a great place to begin a truck driving job. And with industries like pharmaceuticals, automobiles, and chemical products, there's no shortage of loads that need to be delivered.
Texas has the second largest population in the country and the largest truck driving labor force in the nation, so it's only natural that it would be a great place to pursue truck driver jobs. And Texas plays a big part in international trade, so there is plenty of opportunity for Texas truck driving jobs with no experience.
Approximately 20% of Ohioans work in the trade/transportation/utilities industry. With such a high concentration of the labor force working in transportation-related jobs, it's no wonder that Ohio is a great place for truck driving school. Ohio CDL driving schools cover three areas -- classroom training, range training, and on-the-road training.
Missouri is home to many CDL truck driving schools, and many interested students try to find free truck driving schools in the state. Unfortunately, this isn't a good idea. Learn about whether "free" truck driving schools are worth it and whether it's the best choice for you in this post.
Looking to land CDL training work in Michigan? An easy way to do this is by attending a CDL training program in order to learn the necessary skills, then getting a year or two of over-the-road driving experience under your belt.comments powered by Disqus