Tag: truck driver jobs

Career vs. Job – What’s the Difference?

It’s very common for people to think of a job and a career as the same exact thing. While there may be some similarities, such as both are done for monetary gain, the truth is there is a distinct discrepancy between the two. Job Simply put, a job is a short-term activity and is only… Read more »

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Career

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Whether you’re getting ready to finish school or you’re tired of your current job, we’re here to help. There are several factors to consider any time you decide to choose a career, including everything from the pay to how satisfied you would be with the work. Fortunately, there are several exciting industries currently in need… Read more »

Be on the Lookout, CDL Truck Drivers!

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Crete Carrier Corporation, one of the top paying companies in the trucking industry, is looking to hire individuals with a commercial driver’s licenses for their new fleet that is solely dedicated to Wal-Mart. Going strong for almost 50 years, Crete ranks as one of the largest privately owned trucking companies in the United States. Crete… Read more »

What Can Drivers Do To Prevent Cargo Theft?

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Whenever anything of value is transported from Point A to Point B, there’s always the risk of that cargo being damaged or worse– stolen. Cargo theft is something all truck drivers worry about. After all, you feel responsible for the loads you carry and do not want anything to go wrong, naturally. So what can… Read more »

How much work history is required to apply for a truck driving position?

When applying for a job with a trucking company, you’ll undoubtedly be asked for an explanation of your employment history. In some ways, this is no different from any other job. Of course, companies like to know as much as possible about a potential employee before investing in them. When it comes to operating a… Read more »

Training Truck Drivers to Reduce Fuel Costs

Fuel-efficient drivers mean cost-efficient services. Help your drivers reduce pollution and fuel costs by training them accordingly. There are many factors that go into operating heavy trucks, and some novice drivers may overlook huge opportunities to save money and gas. Let’s take a look at a few ways drivers can reduce fuel costs: Driving speed… Read more »