Ohio and US Companies in Demand for Truck Drivers
Truck-driving jobs are among the fastest growing occupations in the nation, but fewer residents in the region have commercial driver's licenses, and transportation companies are struggling to attract qualified drivers, according to a Hamilton JournalNews/Middletown Journal analysis.
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#1 Nov 20, 2012
yep here is a CLUE..this article is posted in HISPANIC NEWS..this is who they WANT to drive trucks today. NOT American Citizen news....the truckstops today are Filled with illiterate foreigners from meheeko.....LOW WAGE illgals.
THIS is making Pro Drivers LEAVE and find work where the are treated with respect.....trucking is
Now the Bottom of the Barrel. Low Paid crap job.
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