Louisiana Truck Driving Jobs - CDL

We Can Help You Find Driving Jobs in Louisiana!

Driving is a big industry in the South, and as a Louisiana resident, you're right at the center of all of it. Whether you're transporting goods between major Louisiana cities like New Orleans and Shreveport, bringing loads to other southern states, or driving across the country, truck driving jobs in Louisiana may offer you lots of career growth opportunities. You may have different choices depending on which truck jobs you are interested in. If you're road-ready, then use our listings to find carriers that are currently hiring.

Consider the following four options:

  • Local trucking jobs: Driving around your city and possibly to neighboring cities
  • Regional truck jobs: These routes may take you throughout Louisiana or to neighboring states
  • Over-the-road jobs: OTR jobs may take you anywhere in the United States for long trips
  • Dedicated: Dedicated hauls involve transporting the same loads on the same routes repeatedly
  • It's important to look into benefits provided by trucking companies in Louisiana. There are many major truck employers in this state, including Fancy Trucking, Tango Transport, and Schneider. You may be able to take advantage of a pet program if you want to take your pet on the road with you. Some local companies offer bonuses for passing inspections without violations. If you sign on for a certain amount of time, you may qualify for a recruiting bonus.

    Driver Requirements and Career Outlook for Truckers

    Interested in making your mark on Louisiana's trucking industry but not sure where to start? Louisiana truck drivers haul all sorts of loads, from seafood and fresh food products to manufactured goods and tourist items. By looking at Louisiana truck driving jobs, you can find routes and hauls that fit your career goals.

    Before you start driving commercially, you must contact the Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles to get your commercial driver's license. Louisiana is one state that requires you to pass a written test and apply for an instruction permit before getting a full-fledged license. After getting your instruction permit, you can register for your skills test anytime. Additional testing is required for endorsements like tank vehicle, hazardous materials, multiple trailer, and passenger. You can finish the application process once you pass the skills test.

    You may discover that truck drivers in this state earn a range of salaries. In general, these salaries are close to the nationally reported range. On average, Louisiana tractor-trailer drivers earn $36,800 per year (O*Net, 2015).

    Ready to find out what you can do in the trucking industry of Louisiana? Explore local opportunities by applying for Louisiana truck driving jobs now.

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