Oregon Truck Driving Jobs - CDL

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The national trucking industry hinges on each states having a steady supply of drivers that can transport all sorts of goods to different parts of the country. Scroll below to apply for jobs from carriers looking for top-notch drivers today!

If you're considering truck driving jobs in Oregon, you must become familiar with the roads and laws of this state. It's also important to learn about different types of truck jobs to find out which one best suits you:

  • Dedicated: Getting a dedicated driving job can give you a reliable schedule, as you drive the same route every day.
  • Local: Local trucking jobs restrict your routes to your city or nearby cities, allowing you to go home every night.
  • Regional: If you land a regional trucking job, you'll likely spend one to three nights away from home per trip.
  • Over-the-road: OTR jobs can be the most demanding, since each trip lasts an average of one to three weeks.

With so many different trucking companies in Oregon, you may want to spend some time considering your options. Each company offers its own set of benefits, and you want to make sure that your job fits your lifestyle. Local companies like Heartland Express and Riverside Transport may offer some of the following benefits:

  • Safety, sign-on, and retention bonuses
  • Pet programs that allow your pet to ride with you
  • Insurance, including life, health, and dental
  • Retirement options

Requirements and Career Outlook for Truckers

Whether you are new to Oregon's trucking industry or you have spent some time here as a truck driver, it may be time for you to take the next step in your career and apply for a new truck driving job. With the variety of openings in Oregon, you can easily look for jobs that fit your license class and endorsements.

If you are just starting to learn about truck driving and you are wondering how to get involved, you can start at the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles. When you apply for your license, you will have to decide if you want to add endorsements to your CDL. Endorsements like multiple trailer, passenger, and hazardous materials can help you apply for more challenging or high-paying jobs. Keep in mind, however, that endorsements do involve extra testing. After earning passing scores on the written and skills exams, you can receive your CDL.

Oregon truck drivers earn a wide range of salaries. The median income reported by tractor-trailer drivers is $30,600 annually, according to O*Net.

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