Category: Truck Driving Market

WSJ | Women Wanted: Blue-Collar Fields Find New Workforce
The share of truck drivers, electricians, plumbers and mechanics who are women recently touched the highest level in at least 25 years.
America’s Trucker Shortage May Negatively Affect Economy
Nearly every item sold in America touches a truck at some point, which explains why the challenges facing the industry, including trucking companies rapidly raising prices as they raise wages, have special power to affect the entire economy.
Demand For Qualified Truck Drivers Is Growing Rapidly!
The truck driving industry is expected to be in a shortage of over 73,000 long-distance truck drivers, which is more than three times of truck driver shortage of 2005.
Yet another report on shortage of Certified Truck Drivers
Even the well-renowned Washington Examiner now features articles about the looming crisis about a massive shortage of certified truck drivers.
Daly’s Truck Driving School currently offers a 15-Day course for Georgia Class A Commercial Driver’s License and a 6-day course for a Georgia Class B CDL.
Full and Part-time classes are available

* Professional truck drivers earn a mean annual wage of $48,710. The top 10% of truck drivers make more than $69,480 per year according to the 2020 Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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