Utah Truck Driving Jobs - CDL
Utah Trucking Jobs
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If you have a clear driving record, an interest in the transportation industry, and the ability to work independently, the trucking industry in Utah may be a great field for you. Utah is home to many large trucking companies, like Sapp Bros. Inc., Butler Transport, and Con-way Regional. With so many trucking employers in Utah, you should look into the benefits offered by each company. Popular benefits in Utah include:
- 401k plan
- Paid vacations and holidays
- Bonuses for long trips or safe driving
- Sign-on bonuses
- Rider and pet programs
If you are ready to compare the benefits offered by carriers near you, use our listings below to get started!
Your choice of employers may be determined by your experience level, your license type, and which trucking jobs you're interested in. Over-the-road truck driving jobs are those that require the longest trips. You may spend up to three weeks away from home per trip. Regional trips tend to be considerably shorter, while local jobs may not even take you out of your city. If you get a dedicated route, you can plan on driving the same route every day.
Requirements and Career Outlook
The state of Utah has a rapidly growing demand for truck drivers, including those who are willing to drive local, dedicated, regional, and OTR routes. Whether you want to start the next stage of your trucking career in Utah or get your start in this industry, Utah trucking jobs can help you get there.
If you already meet the licensing requirements of this state before you set applying for jobs, you can save yourself a lot of time and start working sooner. The Utah Department of Motor Vehicles administers all commercial driving exams, including the general written test, all written endorsement tests, and the skills test. You can schedule your skills test after you pass the written test or tests that are required for your license. At the end of this process, you receive your CDL.
One of the benefits of working in this industry is the fact that you can control your own income through the routes you choose and the endorsements you add to your license. Across Utah, the average salary for a truck driver is $41,900 per year (O*Net, 2015).Go to our list of Utah trucking jobs and start applying now.