Why Become a Truck Driver?

Truck drivers are in demand

For decades whenever the economy gets sluggish and good-paying jobs are hard to find, Americans have always been able to turn to truck driving careers as a way of supporting their families. The nature of transportation and logistics creates a never-ending need for good quality truck drivers. Having your Commercial Drivers License and a good work ethic will always provide you with the ability to make great money and earn the benefits you deserve.

What does a truck driver do?

Once a driver has completed truck driving school or CDL training, drivers can start after a few months and earn a full-time income similar to recent college graduates. Typically, a truck driver’s day begins long before the sun comes up. Drivers are in charge of delivering items from around the world throughout the United States and are an essential part of a business for most industries, including retail, food and beverage, manufacturing, and automotive.

Benefits of a career in trucking:

  • Truck drivers from the Kansas City area and throughout the Midwest are among some of the highest-paid in the country.
  • No need to drive interstate if you do not want to, you can be home every night.
  • Job security is second to none, trucking jobs cannot be sent overseas or outsourced to nonqualified employees.
  • Truck drivers are needed in every state in the union. Want to relocate? Take your job with you.

Stephen D. – Apex Graduate

“Great School!! The staff was great to work with. Highly recommend it, especially for those with no experience. They even helped with finding me a job immediately after I graduated.”

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