New Hampshire Trucking Jobs - Owner Operators
Owner-Operator Trucking Jobs in New Hampshire
All over New England, trucking companies are spending plenty of time looking for skilled drivers who can fill their many vacant positions. If you're looking for the next move in your career, consider applying for New Hampshire trucking jobs. You may have the greatest selection of jobs if you are at least 21 and have an interstate license, since New Hampshire is a fairly small state and often requires interstate travel.
Through the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles, you can apply for your Class A CDL. Just like any other state, New Hampshire requires you to pass a written test and a skills test before you get your permanent license. You may also consider adding passenger, multiple trailer, or hazardous materials endorsements to your license.
Find out what your place in the New Hampshire trucking industry is with our job listings below.
Drive Your Own Truck as an Owner-Operator in New Hampshire
Do you want to work in the trucking industry of New Hampshire, but still have freedom with regards to your routes, clients, and schedule? Becoming an owner-operator is an excellent way to take on a business ownership role while still spending most of your time behind the wheel of your truck. New Hampshire employers need drivers who are willing to use their truck to complete a variety of routes.
The trucking industry of New Hampshire is very similar to growth in the industry as a whole. Per O*Net, job openings in New Hampshire may jump by 11% by the year 2022. In New Hampshire, the average income for a truck driver is $38,800 per year (O*Net, 2015).Discover what opportunities may be open to you in this new role. Start applying for owner-operator jobs in New Hampshire now.