Ohio Trucking Jobs - Owner Operators

Ohio Owner-Operator Trucking Jobs

There are many owner-operator trucking jobs in Ohio that you can take advantage of. By owning your own truck and having a CDL, you will be able to create your own opportunities. More and more companies are choosing to contract instead of owning and managing their own fleet, allowing you to partake in more of your own contract work.

Throughout Ohio, you may have to drive from one end of the state to another. Depending upon the industry, you may also be required to bring products to Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and beyond. As a result, you will need to be at least 21 years of age to be able to drive interstate.

You will also need to consider that you are responsible for all aspects of the truck. This includes:

  • State DOT records
  • Truck maintenance
  • Fuel costs

You have many ways to get involved in a trucking job in Ohio. This includes determining what industry you wish to be involved in. Some industries available include natural resources, gas and oil, food manufacturing and general trucking. You will need to consider the demands of each industry and be sure that your truck is outfitted with the necessary equipment.

During the winter months, you may also experience snow and other harsh weather conditions. There may be times when you need snow tires. Interstate driving may also require snow chains, so you will need to stay fluent in the requirements of a truck driver in all of the states in which you will drive.

Truck Driving Jobs for Owner-Operators in Ohio

Are you looking for a way to use your commercial driver's license and your commercial truck to take on more trucking jobs in Ohio? This state, with its large variety of trucking companies, has many job openings for experienced and new owner-operators.

You may find a variety of reasons to establish your career in Ohio. The job outlook is strong, as O*Net anticipates an 8% swell in trucking job openings between 2012 and 2022. In addition, salaries in this state are similar to those found throughout the country. The average salary for an Ohio truck driver is $39,900 per year (O*Net, 2015).

Your next truck driving job may be waiting for you. Find opportunities near you by applying for Ohio owner-operator jobs below.

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