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Many individuals are interested in pursuing a driving career in the trucking industry because such jobs can provide competitive salaries, great benefits, and flexible work schedules. However, many do not even realize how many different types of trucking jobs there are. Make sure you know what kind of job you may be interested in and what it entails before you go for an interview!

Solo Company Driver - As the name indicates, if your are a rather new driver (6 months to 1 year of driving) who drives alone, you are considered a solo driver. You are a company driver if you do not own the truck but rather it is property of your company.

Team Company Driver This refers to a truck driver that does not own the truck but works for a company and drives in a team (two drivers in one truck). This may be a great option to consider if you want to take a good buddy or your significant other on the road who also has their CDL; team drivers are in extremely high demand and many companies will even pay extra for team driving.

Solo Owner Operator An owner operator is a driver that owns his or her own truck and drives alone. Companies that are in need of extra drivers will contract with these freelance drivers. Typically, owner operators have much more driving experience than company drivers and have been able to acquire their own truck (or fleet of trucks) over the years. Owner operators may even have their own team of truck drivers that are contracted out (along with the truck) to companies that are in need of their driving services.

Team Owner Operator Once again, a team owner operator owns the truck he or she is operating and has a driving partner.

Training School Students and Graduates Trucking companies that will hire recent training school graduates or train inexperienced and new drivers, can be few and far between. You may have to be open to traveling across state lines in order to find a company and a CDL trucking job that suits you the best.Article Source:
The Differences in Trucking Jobs
By Katie Matheson
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