trucking jobs in Idaho

Trucking companies in Idaho are looking for truckers to fill their available trucking jobs. Idaho’s driving conditions can be challenging, with inclement weather that develops out of nowhere, long stretches of open road, and even the occasional mountain road closure from an avalanche. Idaho’s diverse driving conditions are just the challenge that some drivers love.

Instead of spending hours searching for trucking jobs, you can find employment in Boise, Twin Falls, Nampa, Lewiston and more quickly and easily here. We do all the research and post job opportunities for you, so whether you are looking for a company driver position or want an Owner Operator route, we have the truck driving jobs you need. Find trucking companies in Idaho quickly and easily on CDLjobs.com.

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trucking jobs in Idaho

Trucking companies in Idaho are looking for truckers to fill their available trucking jobs. Idaho’s driving conditions can be challenging, with inclement weather that develops out of nowhere, long stretches of open road, and even the occasional mountain road closure from an avalanche. Idaho’s diverse driving conditions are just the challenge that some drivers love.

Instead of spending hours searching for trucking jobs, you can find employment in Boise, Twin Falls, Nampa, Lewiston and more quickly and easily here. We do all the research and post job opportunities for you, so whether you are looking for a company driver position or want an Owner Operator route, we have the truck driving jobs you need. Find trucking companies in Idaho quickly and easily on CDLjobs.com.

 

Annual Pay for Idaho Truck Driving Jobs

The low pay for CDL drivers in Idaho stands at just under $23,830, a drop of nearly $3,000 from 2018 low wages. Drivers in the top 10 percent earning slightly more than $64,000, according to reports compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for 2019 wages. The wage levels for the Idaho trucking industry are slightly lower than all levels of driver earnings reported across the United States.

Idaho truck driver pay

Job Outlook for Truck Drivers in Idaho

The 20 percent projected growth within the Idaho trucking industry through 2026 is exceptionally high, surpassing the nation's anticipated growth by 14 percent. Truck drivers will have their choice of driving jobs with Idaho trucking companies adding over 1,600 truck drivers to its total workforce annually.

The Gem state produces nearly one-third of the potatoes grown in the United States. Other major industries include food processing, lumber and wood products, chemicals, paper, mining and tourism, all of which require transport into and out of the state by truck drivers. Idaho's science and technology sectors are booming, accounting for over 25% of the revenue and over 70% of export from the state.

If you are ready to join the trucking driving industry in Idaho there are and will continue to be plenty of trucking jobs available. Make your move now and apply to your choice of trucking companies below.

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