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Truck Driver Job Descriptions

Have you been considering getting a new job that offers you more freedom and financial peace of mind? Becoming a truck driver may be right for you. It takes only a matter of weeks for you to receive your Commercial Driver License (CDL) certification. Being a truck driver doesn't necessarily mean being away from home and your family for weeks at a time. Here are descriptions of the many types of trucking jobs available:

Local drivers work in shifts, generally 8-10 hours a day, at hourly pay rates, and are home every night. Long-haul drivers will be away more often but also enjoy mileage and shift premiums. Over-the-road (OTR) truckers enjoy the ability to travel cross-continent on the job, while light and delivery truck drivers won't often leave the city they work in. No matter which of these descriptions appeals most to you, MTC Truck Driver Training can help you land the driving job you're after.

Job Descriptions for Every Type of Truck Driver
No matter whether you already have your CDL or need us help you get one, we've got you covered. At MTC Truck Driver Training, our graduates enjoy a 100 percent job placement rate. Because of our stringent admissions policy, we don't allow people into our program unless we're sure we can find them work. Qualified students also enjoy company-sponsored training packages, tuition subsidies and help with living expenses. If you just need help finding a new job with a different employer, our industry partners are ready and waiting for us to introduce you to them.

If these job descriptions sound like something you're looking for, learn more about our transport training programs. You can start by filling out one of our online application forms or emailing us at
info@mtc2training.com. You can also call us at 1-800-455-4682.


Tom Neth Creative - Quincy, IL