truck driver wantedIf you are looking for that important sign that says "truck drivers wanted," you need to look no further than and our trucking and transportation specialized truck driver jobs. There may be many reasons that you chose to pursue a commercial driver's license. From the freedom of the road and the ability to schedule your own work to competitive pay rates, trucking can be a career of choice for many people.

No one, however, chooses truck driving jobs to spend hours searching for their next job. Many regular job advertisement sites are of no use to commercial drivers, who need accurate listings with sorting qualifications suited to trucking, rather than traditional job postings. We take our years of transportation experience and bring you listings for truck drivers wanted without all the hassle and clutter of regular job searches.

While traditional job search sites might have you searching for hours, within seconds you can have a listing of carriers and trucking jobs that match your specific needs. Team drivers? Owner-operator? Looking for lease to purchase later? No problem. You can even choose special qualifications like tanker truck experience, regional driver positions, or other features to narrow your search for the perfect CDL jobs for your skill set.


As you drive your routes, you see a lot of Truck Driver Wanted signs. You are seeing these signs because the United States is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers that hold a CDL. This trend is expected to continue for at least the next 10 years. In 2018, the number of additional truck drivers wanted was an astonishing 60,800, according to a study done by the American Trucking Associations. This was an increase of 50,000 open positions in a year. Over the next 10 years, this number may rise to as many as 160,000 open CDL driver wanted positions available. 

The trucking industry finds itself in desperate need of replacement drivers as the current drivers become older and retire. In some cases, after a long career on the road, drivers look for local trucking jobs to spend more time at home.

This shortage of CDL drivers has led to companies offering higher pay and better benefits to the current pool of applicants. If you've been driving for a couple of years, it's the best time to respond to one of those truck driver needed ads. You can leverage your experience and the smaller pool of applicants to find a better job, whether you're looking for higher pay or some other kind of benefits. 


In the past, employees worked for one company almost their entire adult life. This is no longer the case, and it is not always in your best interest. By finding a truck driving job, you might be able to earn more money than your current position. Some trucking companies are offering better benefits, such as health insurance, life insurance, and time off, along with higher pay. In some cases, you can find a company that can commit to offering you a dedicated route, so you always know that work is available and how many miles that you can count on per week. 

Truckers are always looking for the next best job available to them and switch companies to get the best pay and benefits available at any given time. When a trucking company needs new drivers, they look at how much money you made at your last job and try to increase the pay. In some cases, the difference in pay may be significant, while in others it may only be a few additional cents per mile. You need to weigh each offer to find the best one for you. 

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With you can apply in a few easy steps. Simply fill out your information and submit your application to the positions or carriers who interested you. Our convenient site keeps your information secure and is available on desktop or mobile devices 24/7.

Your application is sent immediately when you hit "Submit," and you will typically begin to hear back from your targeted companies very quickly. You do not need to worry about your application making it to the right person. We get your information in front of the people handling the hiring in a matter of minutes. No fuss and no long waiting means that keeps you on the road more often, spending less time searching for jobs.

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Kate Williams has been a leader in the trucking industry since 1999, connecting truck drivers with companies hiring drivers. Kate Williams is the company EVP and CFO with over 30 years experience in finance.