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Self driving trucks will be the future for trucking

When you hear about truckers many things may come to mind. You may think of truck driving jobs in Miami or you may think of the trucks passing by on their way to make a delivery to a supermarket or hardware store, maybe you think of the horns that are louder than almost any other vehicle.

If you’re in business though you might think of truck driving as the seven hundred billion dollar industry that it is. This huge industry is one that is one that technology impacts in ways that are dramatic for the industry itself.

To put it in different terms trucks move over seventy percent of the freight in the united states of America according to the American Trucking Associations. So consider how many truck driving jobs in Miami there are alone. This means there’s a lot of trucks on the road at all hours of the day and night actually there’s thirty-one million trucks on the road or being serviced at any given time. These trucks are hauling about ten point five billion tons of freight annually so this is no small operation. Just in the year 2014 alone the trucking business is responsible for traveling two hundred and seventy-nine billion miles in the United States alone. With all of this freight and miles to be covered and considering the transportation market share that the trucking industry has it’s really not a surprise that there are literally millions of jobs related in some way to the trucking industry. Amongst those three point five million of these jobs are truckers themselves in an industry that has about seven point three mill jobs total, that’s no small percentage of the industry. The demand for transportation and therefore the demand for truckers and the related personnel has and is growing the only problem is that there just isn’t enough people in the industry to spread across all the work that needs to be done, as you can probably imagine this is a major speed bump for the industry and it means that truckers are in high demand.

Not only is the industry facing the issue of the demand for truckers being higher because they can’t find enough truckers to do the work. They also have to consider the fact that age is also contributing to this problem in 2015 alone there were forty eight thousand trucker driving jobs that were open and unfilled and the drivers that remain are getting older year by year with not enough younger people to actually replace them with. The average age for these truckers who are doing the driving was forty nine years old which to put in perspective was seven years older than the national average of forty two in addition to that ninety four percent of these trucking jobs were occupied by men.

The industry has been forced to confront the reality that unless they make a change that their way of doing business would be seriously injured over time. The men who do the job are getting older and women largely don’t seem to be interested in doing the job exhibited by the numbers themselves.

This large industry with it’s aging population of drivers is finding itself in the place where it might be the first major recipient of the autonomous vehicle usage and not simply because of the decreased overhead of not having to worry about paying the drivers they currently employ but also because there legitimately have not been many drivers signing on to replace the one who will be leaving the workforce as the years go by.

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Benefits / incentives

  • Annual salary is above the industry average
  • Health insurance coverage (available 60 days after hire)*
  • Prescription insurance coverage (available 60 days after hire)*
  • Dental insurance coverage (available 60 days after hire)*
  • Vision insurance coverage (available 60 days after hire)*
  • 401K – Funds handled through the Principal Group
  • Vacation pay – Based on yearly road mileage
  • Yearly safety awards & bonuses
  • Safety bonus paid bi-annually and performance bonus paid quarterly
  • Mileage incentive bonus – Up to an additional 1¼ cents per mile annually
  • Driver referral bonus
  • Pay on HUB miles – Above the industry standard of practical or zip code miles
  • Late model air ride equipment – Tractors and trailers are all air ride
  • State-of-the-art communications – Qualcomm MCP100 with electronic logs
  • Uniform allowance – Available 90 days after hire and then annually
  • Predictable home time and monthly income
  • Florida locations include Miami, Palm City, and Pierson
  • East Coast 3-5 day trips.  Midwest 5-7 day trips and California (Oxnard) 7-10 day trips.

*60 days start the 1st day of the month following your employment date.

Locations other than Florida available

**Solo driving positions also available, please contact a recruiter for more information**

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