trucking jobs in Georgia

There are numerous trucking companies offering OTR jobs in Georgia. Whether you need work in Atlanta, Athens, Macon, Marietta, or Kennesaw, you will find something that meets your needs on CDLjobs.com. We specialize in offering an abundance of trucking jobs for OTR, local, or regional truck drivers who need to find CDL jobs. If you're looking for trucking companies in Georgia, check out our postings below.

If you need assistance navigating truck driver jobs on the East Coast, or know that you will be ending trucking jobs in Georgia, you can also plan your routes with CDLjobs.com. Use our route information resources to stay on top of driving conditions and route planning.

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trucking jobs in Georgia

There are numerous trucking companies offering OTR jobs in Georgia. Whether you need work in Atlanta, Athens, Macon, Marietta, or Kennesaw, you will find something that meets your needs on CDLjobs.com. We specialize in offering an abundance of trucking jobs for OTR, local, or regional truck drivers who need to find CDL jobs. If you're looking for trucking companies in Georgia, check out our postings below.

If you need assistance navigating truck driver jobs on the East Coast, or know that you will be ending trucking jobs in Georgia, you can also plan your routes with CDLjobs.com. Use our route information resources to stay on top of driving conditions and route planning.

 

Pay Data for Truck Drivers in Georgia

The low pay for CDL drivers in Georgia stands at about $26,000, with drivers in the top 10 percent earning $62,740, according to reports compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for 2018 wages. The wage levels for the Georgia trucking industry are on par with driver earnings reported across the United States.

As one may expect, there is a heavier concentration of truck drivers located around the Atlanta area, a major transportation hub within the state and home to many Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 companies, such as Home Depot, UPS, and Coca-Cola. However, the entire Southeast region has an active economy, which creates above average job opportunities for truckers across the state of Georgia.

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Outlook for Truck Driving Jobs in Georgia

The future is bright for professional CDL drivers ready for a change of employment or those who are new drivers interested in becoming a Georgia truck driver. The projected job growth for truckers across the United States stands at about 6 percent through 2026; however, anticipated growth in the Peach state is over 8 percent higher than the nation, with targeted growth of 14 percent.

Explore trucking jobs offered in Georgia below. Apply to your choice of top trucking companies and get started on a new route today!

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