Now is the time to take the first step! A driver shortage means companies are actively looking for qualified men and women over the age of 18 and you will find yourself with a long list of available career opportunities once your training is completed. Trucking companies are offering more incentives than ever before, including tuition reimbursement, sign-on bonuses, dedicated runs, and wage increases. Don't wait another moment to make the open road your office!
With a Class A CDL, you will be able to drive multiple types of large vehicles including tractor-trailers, double trailers, tanker vehicles, and more. The variation of different vehicles allows more opportunities to work for different types of hauling, freight, and other commercial vehicle dependent companies.
Benefits of having a Commercial Driver's License
- Scheduling possibilities include full-time, part-time, daily, weekly, seasonally and over-the-road.
- Experienced, safe drivers can earn $45,000 to $60,000 a year or more.
- Typical benefits include performance-based bonuses, health insurance, sick and vacation leave.
- Trucking jobs cannot be outsourced or moved abroad.
- Opportunities to advance in other areas, including sales, management, logistics, and training
Heavy Equipment Operator
The construction industry consists of four main categories: residential, commercial, industrial, and infrastructure. A heavy equipment operator helps build structures (i.e. buildings, roads, bridges, sewer systems) by operating large machines such as bulldozers, backhoes, and excavators. A heavy equipment operator must work well within a team, take safety precautions, follow technical instructions, and have a willingness to work long and/or odd hours.
Primary duties of a heavy equipment operator
- Operate heavy equipment
- Inspect equipment to ensure proper functioning
- Load, move, and unload cargo
- Follow safety procedures
- Perform equipment maintenance, cleaning, and repairs
- Fill out any required paperwork
- Communicate well with others in a fast-paced environment
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