Missouri Trucking Jobs - Owner Operators

Missouri Owner Operator Trucking Jobs

Located in the center of the country, Missouri is a crucial part of many of the country's largest trucking routes. This means that, as an owner-operator, you may be able to use your CDL to take on local, regional, and OTR jobs from some of this area's most prominent companies.

With truck transport as the leading way to transport goods of any kind from one location to another, there are more jobs opening up for truck owners in Missouri. Additionally, more companies are looking to contract out to owner/operators instead of managing a fleet of commercial trucks on their own.

Discover what trucking companies in Missouri are looking for and how you can use your truck to work with major employers. You can browse our owner-operator trucking jobs in Missouri below.

Missouri is a state with strong interstate transport connections throughout the country, particularly within the Midwest. If you are interested in becoming a truck driver in this state, you may qualify for a variety of jobs, from local to OTR. It can be a great feeling to go to work, knowing that you are strengthening the economy of Missouri and making sure that people get the goods they need.

The licensing process in Missouri is fairly straightforward. After studying for your written tests, you can take them at the Missouri Department of Revenue. You must take one written test for a Class A license, plus one written test for each endorsement you want to add. You can then take the skills test, which allows you to get your CDL and begin driving legally in the state of Missouri.

Income levels vary in this industry, but in general, Missouri salaries are in line with national averages. The median income for a Missouri tractor-trailer driver is $39,900 per year (O*Net, 2014).

Find out how you can use your driving experience now by applying for Missouri truck driving jobs.

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