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The future of truck drivers is not very secure

Driverless vehicles are making their way into the reality of the modern era. This is great news for the companies that need to ship products but not good at all for the men and women who drive those trucks all across the country. Like anywhere else truck driving jobs in Miami will be affected as well. Truck driving jobs in Miami are really just the start however. While there are around 3.5 million Americans who drive trucks for a living in America the number of people who drive vehicles dwarfs that amount. When technology replaces the need for actual drivers behind the wheel there will be millions of Americans who will become unemployed maybe not overnight but within a small frame of time. People who are looking for truck driving jobs in Miami might not be able to find them after a certain point.

Business leaders and the people in the one percent will save a lot of money as well by switching over to using autonomous vehicles but that doesn’t mean that they are exactly happy in everyway with the concept of transitioning. Whenever there’s progress it can create unpredictable results that lead to political upheaval in countries because with the progression of technology people who are not were not poised to take advantage of that progress have been left behind and that more than anything else is what the elites of societies are extremely worried about. They know that if they fail to address the progress in a meaningful way as the people who hold the most power and wealth in society, the elites will be taken down.

Technology displacing workers isn’t some new phenomenon it’s been happening in America for the past two decades and is happening even now as I’m writing this. Donald Trump attaining the office of the presidency is in someway partially because of how things have changed for American workers over these decades with little to nothing being done to address the problems that millions of people have been facing. Manufacturing in factories used to be a big deal especially in the mid-west of the country but those jobs were partially shipped overseas because trade deals that have been made across various administrations and the jobs that were left have slowly been subjected to automation over time. Those manufacturing jobs that used to provide good paying jobs were the foundation of the middle class in America but now they’re being done by machines and robots and controlled by algorithms.

Those jobs being decimated over time didn’t eliminate the need for people to have those jobs and many people found themselves being unable to pay their mortgages and other bills. Truck drivers didn’t previously didn’t have to worry too much about issues like this but with the advancement of driverless and autonomous vehicles the future of truck driving seems insecure at best. Many of these elites believe that this new wave of uncertainty is ultimately what helped to make Donald Trump popular enough to win the republican primary that positioned him for the presidency that he ultimately won.

Even though there’s currently a shorter of drivers with the rise of autonomous vehicles we could see the situation turn from one where there’s a labor shortage to one where there is no demand for it at all. Technology has killed old jobs but it also creates new jobs, the most important thing is for the ability of the players in who write legislation and the people who used to do the labor have the ability to catch up.

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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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