Colorado Trucking Jobs - Owner Operators

Colorado Owner Operator Trucking Jobs

There are many different owner operator jobs in Colorado, and a variety of companies to work for. Once you obtain a commercial driver's license and invest in a commercial truck, you will be ready to access any number of these jobs. With more industries and companies seeking owner operators instead of just truck drivers, you can tap into more opportunities.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the growth in this job to grow faster than many other jobs. It is estimated that the number of positions can grow by about 21 percent within the next 10 years. Much of this has to do with companies looking to save money on transportation. Trucking is more affordable and with owner operator jobs in Colorado, companies can save money on vehicles and maintenance.

As the owner operator, you are able to set your own hours and control more of your own fate. It also means you will be taking on more responsibilities. You have to take care of your own:

  • DOT records
  • Truck maintenance
  • Loading/unloading

Throughout Colorado, trucking companies contract with owner-operators to fulfill their ever-growing obligations. If you are ready to take control of your career and make a name for yourself in this industry, you may want to consider becoming an owner-operator in Colorado. As you explore this opportunity, you can get started right away by applying for Colorado owner-operator jobs below! Although the trucking industry is expanding all over the country, growth is particularly significant in Colorado. A 25% increase in job openings is expected to lead to almost 1000 new jobs per year through 2022 (O*Net, 2012). Making this career move may also increase your income potential as you build your client base and secure regular routes. Overall, the average salary for a Colorado truck driver is $43,100 per year (O*Net, 2014).

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