Opportunities for Texas Truck Driver Jobs - Everything Is Bigger In The Lonestar State

Texas flagWith the second largest state population in the country, it’s to be expected that Texas would have one of the largest truck driving labor forces in the United States.  After all, everything is bigger in Texas…including the amount of heavy truck drivers! With 144,900 heavy truck drivers and 54,000 light truck drivers, the Lone Star State actually has the highest trucking employment in the country. So as one might imagine, Texas truck driver jobs are a’plenty!

Texas Trucking Industry

Texas is home to some of the largest cities in the nation, including Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and Laredo, and is a huge transportation/trucking hub due to Texas’ proximity to Mexico. Laredo is the world’s largest inland port, and the majority of trucking companies have a facility in Laredo purely because of the city’s vital role in international trade between the United States and Mexico. In fact, more than 47 percent of U.S. international trade crosses through Laredo. This obviously means there’s a huge demand for trucking in Laredo and Texas as a whole.

Texas Truck Driving Jobs with No Experience

Since Texas is such a big state with such booming international trade, there is plenty of opportunity for Texas truck driving jobs with no experience!

The best way to begin when looking for Texas truck driver jobs is by attending a CDL training program.  Driver Solutions offers a company paid CDL training program that will train interested applicants to get their Class A CDL, and in under a month, students will be on the road with a new Texas truck driving job.

Texas truck driver jobs are open in major cities like:

  • Dallas
  • Fort Worth
  • Houston
  • Laredo
  • El Paso
  • San Antonio
  • …and more!

Get a full listing of Texas truck driver jobs here. To get started, simply fill out the online driver application. After completing the app, you’ll be able to schedule a time to speak with a Driver Agent about your trucking job options.

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