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The truth about trucking jobs is that there are a lot of them! There are thousands of companies and millions of trucking jobs in this country. The industry isn't going anywhere and unless they build railroad tracks in the place of every highway in the country, trucking jobs are here to stay. The truth is, there are great career opportunities and hundreds of different kinds of jobs to choose from.

Like in any other industry, you will find that there are good jobs and bad jobs. For example, in the restaurant industry you could work for in fast food joint or a five star restaurant. The job market is no different. The majority of the jobs fall into the $35,000-$45,000 dollar pay range. Usually drivers will be gone for 2-3 weeks with this type of trucking job. I consider this to be the fast food type job of all the trucking jobs available.

The best trucking jobs will pay over $65,000 dollars a year and truck drivers can make as much as $100,000 or more with a great job. Then add the fact that a lot of these top paying trucking jobs enable truck drivers to be home everyday and you have a five star job.

If you happen to be in the market for a career change, give trucking some serious thought and consideration. Most trucking companies offer excellent benefits and like any other job market there are different levels of jobs available. The truth is that you can make a lot of money driving a truck and it doesn't have to be a lifestyle.

You can make more money that most college graduates and enjoy all the freedom these trucking jobs have to offer. There are jobs available and truck drivers don't have to live in a truck or be away from home with a five star trucking job! That is the truth about trucking jobs. Good luck!

Troy Dudenhoefer is a Top Paid Truck Driver and Author of " How to Make $65-95,000 driving a Truck... and Be Home EveryDay". For trucking jobs go to http://www.richtruckdriver.comArticle Source:

The Truth About Trucking Jobs
By Troy Dudenhoefer
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