Can’t Find a Job in Your Field?

November 9, 2015 Roadmaster

Hand DiggingDoes it seem like there aren’t many jobs around? Sometimes, finding jobs in your given field can feel like an uphill battle. Rest easier knowing you’re not alone and that there are undiscovered career options for you to pursue.

Professional Truck Driving, already a market in need of more drivers, is expected to see a spike in demand in the next decade. According to ATA’s Truck Driver Shortage Analysis 2015, the Professional Truck Driving Industry is expected to face a shortage of nearly 175,000 drivers by 2024 (if current trends hold).

As America produces and distributes more goods, essentially turning the economy around, truck drivers are the key to keeping industries moving in the right direction. A career in Professional Truck Driving is rewarding in many aspects both to the individual and the country. The starting salary for a Professional Truck Driver is just under $40,000 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

If you’re considering a career in the Trucking Industry, learn how Roadmaster students gain the skills and knowledge to perform exceptionally on the road while preparing to test for their Commercial Driver’s Licenses (CDL). At Roadmaster, professionals and industry experts give comprehensive training through a mixture classwork and hands-on training.

Professional Truck Driver Training at Roadmaster can be completed in as little as 3-4 weeks! As long as you’re 21 years old with a valid I.D. and can pass a basic background check, don’t hesitate to give Roadmaster a call.

Don’t wait any longer! Contact a Roadmaster representative by filling in the information on the right, and take control of your future!

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