What happens after completing CDL training?
Your road to that dream job is wide open.
Professional drivers hold over 1.7 million jobs today, and they’re responsible for transporting over half of our nation’s goods.* All these drivers were once just like you, looking to make a change for the better. Training in this specialized field gives you clear direction for the future, preparing you for a lifetime of work in this in-demand occupation.
Modern life relies heavily on the ability to drive consumer or commercial goods where they need to go. That’s exactly why there are so many national and local truck driver jobs available now, and why there will be more in the future.
Choose your kind of truck driving career.
With training and a CDL license, you can start earning income right away. Your first professional trucking job will pay better than many other entry-level positions. A CDL license gives you lots of choices beyond traditional over-the-road driving. Over the lifetime of your career, you may consider related careers such as:
- Training Instructor
- Team Driver
- Cement and Concrete Production Driver
- Oversized Load Driver
- Self-Employed Truck Driver
- Bus/Passenger Van Driver
- Specialty Cargo Hauler (including auto or boat transport)
- Terminal Manager
- Delivery Driver (including produce, baked goods, or building/material supply company products)
- Truck driver trainer
Already found a local truck driver job that is the right fit for you? Ask your future or current employer about whether you are eligible for a company sponsorship or employer reimbursement program to help pay for CDL training.
The sooner you enroll, the sooner you’ll start your new career.
Don’t wait to make your next move. Call us at 844.5CDLNOW or complete the handy form on this page to get more information on our CDL training partners and get yourself ready for the thousands of jobs for truck drivers available to you.**http://www.bls.gov/ooh/transportation-and-material-moving/heavy-and-tractor-trailer-truck-drivers.htm#tab-6