Content Sponsored by Dollar General
One of the nation’s largest retailers is offering CDL-A holders a unique opportunity to join their elite team of professional truck drivers — no matter how much experience they’re bringing to the table.
No Experience? No Problem!
Retailer Dollar General is offering paid training opportunities to help truck drivers who are new to the industry grow their careers and become members of the DG Private Fleet. Starting on day 1, recent CDL-A graduates with no experience earn $200 per day while training. New drivers also earn full benefits and 401k matching starting on their first day of training with Dollar General. No experience is required to begin training with Dollar General — all you need is your CDL-A!
A Career Destination for Military Veterans
Drivers who are making the switch from a military career to the trucking industry are also finding a great fit within the Dollar General family. Through the “Paychecks for Patriots” program, company leaders go above and beyond to make sure veterans find the perfect driving opportunity to fit their unique skill sets and needs. Dollar General is a GI Bill-certified employer that hires approximately 5,000 veterans per year and has been named as a Top Veteran-Friendly Company by U.S. Veterans Magazine.
Offering Competitive Driver Pay and Benefits for All Experience Levels
More experienced truckers can also find plenty of career advancement opportunities at Dollar General, with new pay packages allowing drivers to earn on average $80,000 to $85,000 or more per year on top of day 1 competitive benefits, annual and quarterly bonuses, unlimited referral bonuses (Up to $1,500 per referral), a sign-on bonus, unload pay, and quarterly safety bonuses. Dollar General drivers are treated to regular home time and safe, new model equipment to operate. DG Private Fleet drivers are also more than welcome to bring a pet on the road with them for companionship.
Goodlettsville, Tennessee-headquartered Dollar General has been in operation for more than 80 years, with nearly 18,000 stores located in 46 states. To apply now or to learn more about joining the Dollar General driving team, please click here!
This is sponsored content.