trucking jobs in Oklahoma

As a truck driver looking to drive for trucking companies hiring in Oklahoma, you may be spending more time trying to find quality trucking jobs rather than working them. Good truck driver jobs can be hard to find, but CDLjobs.com has everything taken care of for you.  From the panhandle city of Guymon, to Tulsa, Oklahoma City or Broken Bow, we provide you a complete profile of information about every company that posts truck driver jobs on our site.

We know truck drivers and know what they need in trucking jobs. Our simple and secure job application will allow you to find that perfect job in no time. Once you've chosen the company you want to work for and hit the submit button, all your information is sent to the company you've chosen. No one else will receive your information. Some of the top trucking companies in the nation are on our website. Review them today!

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trucking jobs in Oklahoma

As a truck driver looking to drive for trucking companies hiring in Oklahoma, you may be spending more time trying to find quality trucking jobs rather than working them. Good truck driver jobs can be hard to find, but CDLjobs.com has everything taken care of for you.  From the panhandle city of Guymon, to Tulsa, Oklahoma City or Broken Bow, we provide you a complete profile of information about every company that posts truck driver jobs on our site.

We know truck drivers and know what they need in trucking jobs. Our simple and secure job application will allow you to find that perfect job in no time. Once you've chosen the company you want to work for and hit the submit button, all your information is sent to the company you've chosen. No one else will receive your information. Some of the top trucking companies in the nation are on our website. Review them today!

 

Salary and Pay for Oklahoma Truck Drivers

The low pay for professional truck drivers in Oklahoma stands at $27,890, with drivers in the top 10 percent earning over $64,000, according to reports compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for 2018 wages. The high, median, and low wage levels for Oklahoma truckers do not vary significantly from pay rates reported for drivers across the United States.

Oklahoma truck driver pay

The Future of Oklahoma Truck Driving Jobs

Through 2026, the employment outlook shows just under 3,000 new truck driving job openings are expected annually, bringing the total truck driver workforce to 26,850 drivers.

This level of growth equates to about 8 percent for the period, which is on par with trucking growth across the US. 

The Sooner State has been called one of the most business-friendly states in the nation. The diverse economy across the state includes aviation, electronics, energy, transportation equipment, and food processing, among others

Oklahoma City is the home of Love's Travel Stops, ranked in the top 20 among America's Largest Privately Owned Companies.

Review the Oklahoma trucking companies in need of drivers below. Get started now by applying for your choice of Oklahoma truck driving jobs below.

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