A small bit of good news after a flat summer for the trucking and transportation industries.
How did the public image of truck driving break down so terribly in the last few years, and more importantly, who can fix it?
Is the problem really about a driver shortage, or do conditions for truck drivers need to improve to retain the current numbers of drivers? What can be done? What is the real problem?
Trucking jobs are making a strong showing in the job market as the economy and employment continue their slow slow ascension. Trucking Jobs are up 8.8%
The recession reduced turnover in the industry, but with the economy improving, the truck driver shortage continues to plague carrier recruiting efforts.
Employment rates for truckers rise for the first time since the all-time high in 2008. What made the difference?
The hiring process for truckers can be lengthy and difficult. Recruiters want to know everything they can about you. But they can’t ask these specific questions.