Truck driving job information by state

CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Alabama 148 jobs
Do you drive a truck with a crimson red paint scheme? If so, look no further than Alabama to begin or enter a new phase of your driving career! And if you like your Saturdays off, you are unlikely to find a state where your supervisors might accommodate you. After all, come autumn, every Saturday through the NCAA National Championship is an unofficial state holiday with college football consuming the state. If Alabama seems like the place for you, Click here for more details on the state's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Alaska 0 jobs
Alaska
If your idea of an exciting truck driving career is based on what you've seen on The History Channel's "Ice Road Truckers," Alaska is about your only option — at least in the U.S. But if you value your life more than 15 minutes of fame as a reality TV star, it doesn't mean Alaska doesn’t offer more "traditional" trucking driving opportunities. And you can't beat the scenery! Click here to learn more about Alaska's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Arizona 122 jobs
When it comes to Arizona, it's easy to understand the saying, "It's not that the mountains are so high; it's that the valleys are so deep!" For a state associated with clean desert air and cactus, you might be surprised at what "The Grand Canyon State" offers truck drivers (and a 2% grade highway to the bottom of the Grand Canyon isn't among them). While Arizona is best known for its desert, you can find work hauling timber from the forest areas in northern part of the state! Click here to learn more about Arizona's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Arkansas 116 jobs
If you want to shift gears, Arkansas may just be the state to find a truck driver job! And if you're a driver who likes to play, "The Natural State" has more to offer than you likely imagined. You may do a little pre-dawn fishing before picking up a load of farm-raised catfish to haul northwest, or a sunset hike in the Boston Mountains after dropping off your load. Then be sure to pick up a pair of shock absorbers — among Arkansas' leading exports. Click here for more information about Arkansas' trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in California 247 jobs
No other western state has a greater impact on the U.S. economy than California and, likewise, you won’t find more quantity or variety of truck driving jobs anywhere else. From products produced in China and Japan arriving at one of its major deep water ports, produce grown in southern California, and the wine produced in its famous vineyards, California offers a little bit of everything. Click here to read more about California's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Colorado 53 jobs
Do you get a non-drug induced "high" from driving through some of America's best scenery? If so, you'll get a full dose pursuing your truck driving job in Colorado. And when you're up for a thrill, go ahead and try your luck crossing from east to west. During any season, you might find a snowstorm, but it's the safest thing next to "Ice Road Truckers." And the freight type? Colorado exports a little bit of everything and a lot of nothing. Click here to read more about Colorado's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Connecticut 51 jobs
Although Connecticut has a several ports, they don't rival two of the largest in the nation a little over 200 miles apart. As a truck driver in Connecticut, you will spend a lot of time running between Boston and New York City. But if you are not a fan of either the Yankees or Red Sox or their home cities, you'll find in-state carriers that will allow you to drive highways where the poison isn't as strong as bordering states. Click here to read more about Connecticut’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Delaware 49 jobs
When Washington crossed the Delaware, he was headed for New Jersey. But it you want a truck driving job that will take you across the country to Washington, Delaware is a great place to start. Click here to read more about Delaware’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in District of Columbia 7 jobs
Most people don't think of the trucking industry when they talk about Washington D.C., unless it's a slow convoy around the beltway or lining up trucks for protests near the capitol building or the White House. But if you do give it some thought, every time the House, Senate, or Presidency shifts one way or the other, those convoys exit the beltway and head into the heart of government with all types of goods and materials. So, Click here to learn more about Washington D.C.'s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Florida 156 jobs
If you hold Walt Disney close to your heart, or if the thought of beaches less than two hours in any direction gets your blood pumping, then look at Florida for your next truck driver job. If you're lucky, you may even land a dedicated truck driving job serving Disney, Universal, or another theme park that draw tourists from around the world. But if your idea of a quick lunch is not fried theme park food, Florida won't disappoint. "The Sunshine State" has plenty to offer in terms of work and play! Click here to learn more about Florida's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Georgia 162 jobs
Has anyone ever told you that you're one "peach" of a driver? We didn't think so. But spend a career hauling loads of Georgia peaches to grocery chains throughout the country, and you'll be smelling them the rest of your life! And if big cities are your thing, don't miss Atlanta. The city's "Spaghetti Junction" is among the most noted (and ridiculed) interstate convergence zones in the country! So are you "peachy" enough to find a truck driver job in Georgia? Click here to learn more about Georgia’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Hawaii 0 jobs
Hawaii
How can a group of five islands 2,500 miles west of the California offer many opportunities for truck drivers? Well, those seven islands can only produce so many of the needs of modern-day America. While the Port of Honolulu is the primary port among them, each island has its own port where it imports every product imaginable for use or consumption, largely for the tourists. And it not likely you will find too many resorts owners interested in meeting ships at the dock with hand carts. Click here to see more about Hawaii’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Idaho 52 jobs
If you’re a truck driver looking for a truck driving career hauling potatoes, Idaho is the state you should consider in your job search. After all, the state’s potato producers harvest up to 10 billion spuds annually — that’s 30 potatoes for every American or over 5,700 per Idahoan! But there’s far more to Idaho and the opportunities the state offers its truck drivers than just starch! Click here to learn more about Idaho’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Illinois 174 jobs
If Chicago is your "kind of town", you'll find plenty of carriers serving smaller cities and rural areas in "The Land of Lincoln." Illinois offers a lot of opportunities as Chicago borders the Great Lakes, and is a major freshwater port serving the Central U.S. In terms of exports, Illinois ranks as the sixth busiest state in the U.S., even without direct access to a seaport. Just take care driving across those Chicago overpasses. If the wind catches your rig just right, you may wind up in Kansas! Click here to learn more about Illinois’ trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Indiana 162 jobs
Indiana has one of the most active trucking industries in the U.S., and it has nothing to do with the 230 mph speeds achieved by the cars that rely on truck transporters to haul them to the Indianapolis 500. "The Hoosier State" is a major thoroughfare for transportation to the Mid-Atlantic and urban Northeast, Chicago and Detroit, and St. Louis and points west and south. Just remember, an Indiana CDL isn't going to give you permission to break the speed limit by 160 mph! Click here for more information about Indiana’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Iowa 107 jobs
You can't get much closer to America's heartland than Iowa. And if we live in a land of milk and honey, both are always better with a bowl of corn flakes or Wheaties, the raw ingredients grown in Iowa. But if hauling ag commodities to processing plants isn't your idea of a satisfying career, don't cross Iowa off your list. Iowa’s economy is far more diverse. Regardless, be thankful for the Iowa's agriculture industry — you'll need to eat lots of Wheaties to keep up with the competition! Click here for more information about Iowa’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Kansas 84 jobs
If you are not a Kansas native, chances are your introduction to the state came through "The Wizard of Oz". And if you were like most kids, Kansas was the last place you wanted to live or even visit. Well, it's time to grow up! Kansas may still be prone to storms and tornados, but if your rig is hijacked by wicked witches or flying monkeys, you can bet "you're not in Kansas anymore". There are no yellow brick roads leading to your destination, or offloading in an Emerald City, but Kansas offers plenty of truck driver jobs, so Click here to learn more about Kansas' trucking industry!
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Kentucky 150 jobs
Indeed, horses are all the talk in Kentucky, but trucking isn't far behind. Few can plan on a truck driver job hauling racehorses, but there is plenty more to Kentucky's trucking industry. While some truck driving jobs are agriculture-related, if you’re driving out of state, you’re unlikely to be hauling harvested crops or livestock — unless, that is, you consider whiskey an agricultural product. Click here to learn more about Kentucky’s trucking industry!
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Louisiana 89 jobs
When you think about Louisiana, chances are your mind turns to New Orleans, Cajun Food, Mardi Gras, and dark swamps and bayous. All are part of Louisiana's unique French-influenced culture, but today truck drivers in the Cajun State don't have to worry about becoming bogged down in swamps. Louisiana is home to one of the nation’s most important ports, New Orleans at the mouth of the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico. Click here for more information on Louisiana's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Maine 37 jobs
If you want to avoid heavy traffic, you're best to consider Maine for your truck driving career. While the immense log drives to the coastal cities no longer fuel the shipbuilding economy, if you are a driver in Maine, chances are you'll still be hauling timber. And take pride! Any Mainer will tell you a truck driver can serve no more noble a cause than delivering Maine's largest export, fresh lobster, to those "inland folk." So dig in your claws and Click here to see more about Maine’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Maryland 92 jobs
If you're interested in a truck driving career in Maryland, your research should begin with one city — Baltimore. For such a small state, Maryland is home to a tremendous number of truck carriers offering drivers jobs in the less-than-truckload sector. The Port of Baltimore is located near the top of Chesapeake Bay, protected from the Atlantic Ocean by an entire state, Delaware. And take solace in the fact you may see that "Star Spangled Banner" waving over the Port every day! Click here to learn more about Maryland's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Massachusetts 39 jobs
As far as Massachusetts is concerned, if you drive in-state, plan on a lot of time in Boston. The port may not be known for its 18th century tea parties, but working out of the western hemisphere's oldest continually operating seaport isn't anything to scoff at! Try wearing a Yankees cap and increase your chances of getting tarred and feathered next to the U.S.S. Constitution! Click here for more details about the Massachusetts' trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Michigan 147 jobs
If you know nothing else about Michigan, you know it's all about the automotive industry. Nine of The Great Lakes State’s top ten exports are vehicles or vehicle parts. And who knew that rear-view mirrors counted as an export unto its own? For truckers, the best thing about four-wheeled vehicles is that most everyone has or needs one, and it's a whole lot more efficient to haul a truckload of them to a dealership than to drive each separately. Click here to learn more about Michigan’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Minnesota 88 jobs
Now how can a truck driver expect to find a route through the "Land of 10,000 Lakes"? Well, roads they have, and they provide service to a lot of natural resources. So if all these natural resources can be fit between 10,000 "prairie potholes" often filled with ducks, Minnesota folks now doubt have found ways to reach what they need. Don't get concerned if you happen to find your rig in a prairie pothole, as those ducks will take good care of it until they leave for the winter. Click here to read more about Minnesota’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Mississippi 94 jobs
Roll on Mississippi! When the demand for cotton dropped, the bottom of Mississippi's economy did as well. But what better answer to a lousy economy than a whole lotta casinos? But don't bet your money on the casinos making you a rich truck driver. A major part of truck driving is from the neighboring state and its port city of New Orleans. Today, Mississippi’s economy is largely driven by oil production, although cotton is still hanging in at number three. Click here to learn more about Mississippi’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Missouri 148 jobs
"Show Me!" That's what you'll hear in Missouri, but it doesn't necessarily mean no one trusts anybody. Chances are Missourians just want to see what you are hauling and decide if they want a load of it as well. When you reach the urban areas and encounter those four-wheelers flying like they're headed for air space, take a cue from Mark Twain and remind yourself, "No amount of evidence will ever persuade an idiot." Click here for more about Missouri’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Montana 42 jobs
Consider placing Montana on your truck driving home base wishlist, as wide-open spaces abound with low population densities and lots of ranchland. And if you're worried about finding a job, there is high demand for truck drivers while unemployment numbers are the lowest in the U.S. But if all that wide-open space gives you an itch to move, you'll find interstates with the highest speed limits in the country. Click here to learn more about the trucking industry in Montana, where the pace of life is far slower than speed limits.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Nebraska 80 jobs
If you like driving with limited traffic, a truck driving job in Nebraska is a good option for you. Wide open spaces abound with low population densities and lots of ranchland. You might haul everything from cattle to minerals to wind turbines. But if all that wide-open space gives you an itch to move, you'll find interstates with the highest speed limits in the country. Click here to learn more the trucking industry in Nebraska, where the pace of life is far slower than speed limits and wind speeds.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Nevada 62 jobs
There is money to be made in the Nevada trucking industry, and it doesn't mean you need to pull into Vegas and double-down with your rig as collateral! Nevada is growing, and a lot of the growth is probably from tourists who can't find bus fare home after a night on the town! The state's top three exports relate directly to the gambling industry — gold, slot machine-type devices, and the circuits that help keep slot machines honest! Imagine the prestige you'll feel hauling a load of gold to... well to wherever gold is hauled! Click here to learn more about Nevada's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in New Hampshire 40 jobs
If you want to avoid heavy traffic, one of your best options is New Hampshire. Other than being an upside down version of Vermont with the extra convenience of a seaport, truck drivers in New Hampshire will likely find themselves spending a lot of time in Boston. But if "Beantown" isn't your idea of a good time, you can always head over to Maine instead and offload at Portland. And being from New Hampshire though, Mainers will point out your head is filled with granite. Click here to learn more about New Hampshire's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in New Jersey 73 jobs
Many consider New Jersey and over-urbanized extension of its northern neighbor, New York. Considering that both the New York Giants and New York Jets call New Jersey home, the line between the two states certainly blurs. But the similarities aren't quite as evident when you compare the primary exports of each state. Regardless, if you are a driver based in New Jersey expect a lot of out-of-state driving and a lot of time spent in traffic bound for New York. Click here to learn more about New Jersey's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in New Mexico 37 jobs
The romance of Route 66 helped make travel through New Mexico a cultural phenomenon only equaled by the state's major import — ALIENS near Roswell. But a trucker, you might transport a much needed commodity — WATER! Imagine driving through the desert knowing you have a trailer-load of water behind you. You may be tempted to open the hatch and take a quick dip. But remember, "NO SWIMMING ALLOWED!" If the idea of living in "The Land of Enchantment" intrigues you, Click here for details on New Mexico's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in New York 96 jobs
If you are looking for a state where you can load your trailers in the nation's largest port and transport it to parts unknown, New York is for you! As a New York-based driver, you have opportunities to transport internationally, and we don't just mean crossing the border into Canada. Products imported and exported from the Port of New York arrive from or are destined for most any country in the world. And don't worry about your 20 million other fellow state residents, you can only have so many neighbors! Click here for more information about New York's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in North Carolina 135 jobs
When it comes to North Carolina, the top products generated include sweet potatoes, textiles, and tobacco (well, maybe not so much tobacco as a few decades back). And don't forget they have more Christmas Trees than New York City can afford to light up! All of these products are primarily hauled by truck. And if that's not enough, you'll find ports along the coastlines where trucks seemingly off-load and take on freight non-stop. Click here to learn more about North Carolina's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in North Dakota 31 jobs
If you like driving with limited traffic, a truck driving job in North Dakota is likely waiting for you. Wide open spaces abound with low population densities and lots of ranchland. You might haul everything from cattle to minerals to wind turbines. But if all that wide-open space gives you an itch to move, you'll find interstates with the highest speed limits in the country. Click here to learn more the trucking industry in North Dakota, where the pace of life is far slower than speed limits and wind speeds.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Ohio 154 jobs
Like its neighbor Indiana, Ohio is as close as one can get to the ideal state to operate as a truck driver. Ohio offers inland ports along Lake Erie, most notably Cleveland, and has easy access to the east coast and its large ports. In addition, Ohio has easy access to all points west and south making it a trucker-friendly state whether you care about hauling buckeyes or not. For a truck driver the best thing about Ohio's exports is that they are all big and need big rigs to carry them to their destinations. Click here for details on Ohio's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Oklahoma 69 jobs
You've been sitting behind the wheel for a few weeks, and you've seen the country. What you're looking for now is a lot of space to spread out and relax. If this sounds like you, Oklahoma may be the perfect place for you! And if you're worried about finding a job, there is high demand for truck drivers in Oklahoma. Open up the throttle and get some diesel pumping through you truck's veins (all while adhering to appropriate safe driving methods, of course). Click here to learn more about Oklahoma's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Oregon 65 jobs
Looking for variety? Then consider what Oregon has to offer in terms of geography alone: volcanoes, abundant bodies of water, dense evergreen and mixed forests, high deserts, and semi-arid shrublands. The Columbia and Snake Rivers are navigable and provide a seagoing port to Idaho, which gives Oregon a seaport 375 miles from the nearest sea. It's true that there aren't many states where you need to worry about a volcanic ash storm, but if you've lived through one like Mt. Saint Helens, the worst should be over. Click here to learn more about Oregon's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Pennsylvania 162 jobs
After 250 years, Pennsylvania remains a testament to liberty, provided you are able to put high-priced toll roads out of you mind. If you and your truck are built of steel, you've come to the right place as steel is always in demand and it takes a lot of trucks to keep the nation supplied. Not far west of Philly you'll find Amish Country, where they are happy to see 18-wheelers pulling to the doors of companies selling some of the best hand-made furniture in the world. But drive safely because more than one big rig has been run off the road by a one-horse carriage. Click here to learn more about Pennsylvania's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Rhode Island 38 jobs
If you are looking to drive in the far northeastern U.S, like crowds and easy access to the Big Apple, Rhode Island is likely a good state for your next truck driving job. You'll find a seaport or two, and being midway between Boston and New York keeps the traffic down. And while you might have hauled a lot of whale oil out of the state in the 19th century, today you'll likely carry primary export — scrap metal — most likely the remains of vehicles totaled along the highways in Massachusetts and Connecticut! Click here to read more about Rhode Island's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in South Carolina 132 jobs
When it comes to South Carolina, the top products generated include sweet potatoes, textiles, and tobacco (well, maybe not so much tobacco as a few decades back). And don't forget they have more Christmas Trees than New York City can afford to light up! All of these products are primarily hauled by truck. And if that's not enough, you'll find ports along the coastlines where trucks seemingly off-load and take on freight non-stop. Click here to learn more about South Carolina's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in South Dakota 39 jobs
If you like driving with limited traffic, a truck driving job in South Dakota is likely waiting for you. Wide-open spaces abound with low population densities and lots of ranchland. You might haul everything from cattle to minerals to wind turbines. But if all that wide open space gives you an itch to move, you'll find interstates with the highest speed limits in the country. Click here to learn more the trucking industry in South Dakota, where the pace of life is far slower than speed limits and wind speeds.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Tennessee 151 jobs
If truck drivers in Tennessee aren't affiliated with Memphis-based Federal Express, chances are they are bound for any of the numerous interstate junctions heading to any other part of the US. When you transport Tennessee-produced products out-of-state, you'll may be serving the highest calling of any occupation — saving lives. Medical instruments and artificial joints are all among the top exports. While this may tempt you to become a "Tennessee Volunteer," don't worry, you will be paid for the haul! Click here to see read more about Tennessee's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Texas 224 jobs
When you hear "Texas", need we say more? Texans don't think so. "It's like a whole other country" pretty much sums it up. You could spend a lifetime trucking within the borders of Texas and never see it all. And with three of the most populous cities in the U.S., all unique to themselves, demand for variety when it comes to freight shipped by truck is unending. As the saying goes, "Everything is big in Texas," so head on down and slap a "Native Texan" sticker on the side of your rig. It'll be like meeting a whole new family! Click here to find out more about Texas' trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Utah 54 jobs
If you like driving with beautiful scenery and limited traffic, a truck driving job in Utah may be on your wish list. Wide open spaces abound with low population densities and lots of ranchland. And if you're worried about finding a job, there is high demand for truck drivers with the lowest unemployment numbers in the U.S. You might haul everything from cattle to minerals to wind turbines. You may try to hook onto a trailer full of wind energy and see if you can reach your destination before it spoils! Click here to learn more about Utah's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Vermont 31 jobs
Vermont has a rich history in the transportation industry most of it buried at the bottom of Lake Champlain. Vermont roadways wind through small scenic villages, and some don't allow truck traffic out of spite. With the 52nd largest economy in the U.S. (trailing the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico) it would seem Vermont doesn't have much to offer a truck driver, but if you want a regional route, you can find opportunities with small carriers that allows a lot of home time in a state where insect species outnumber the capital city's population 2:1. Click here to read more about Vermont's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Virginia 96 jobs
When it comes to early American history, it's hard to get much earlier than Virginia. But you probably aren't planning to haul your load with a team of oxen, so those days aren't so important in the 21st century. What is important is that Virginia is home to several ports, the largest at Norfolk, also among the world's largest naval bases. You might in fact find a job with a military contractor and help stock Navy ships with enough food and supplies to last months at sea. Click here to learn more about Virginia’s trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Washington 67 jobs
If Washington intrigues you as a place to pursue your trucking career, prepare to be confused. After all, how could a state on the opposite side of the country from where George Washington spent his entire life take his name as its own? Just think, if West Virginia had chosen to be Washington, it would have its own identity and make geographic sense! But given that cherries and timber (i.e. trees) are among its many exports, now you know why the state took Washington's name. Click here to learn more about Washington's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in West Virginia 67 jobs
While "The Mountain State" does rely on the coal industry for jobs, ranks second to Wyoming in coal production, and has exports of coal that make up 38% of what its mines produce. In fact, the majority of West Virginia coal remains in-state and produces electricity, plastics and rubber. So, if you happen to land a trucking job in West Virginia, you'll always have the comfort of knowing that where there is rubber, there are tires. Click here to learn more about West Virginia's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Wisconsin 131 jobs
If you're lactose intolerant but looking to drive a truck in Wisconsin, do not fear. Common to popular belief, dairy products are not a major export from "The Badger State." In fact, not even one of top 10 exports is tied to agriculture. You're far more likely to find yourself hauling a load of aircraft parts, outboard engines, medical supplies, or silica sand than a jug of milk or a slab of cheese. And if you like the snow and cold and prefer not to travel south, Wisconsin is the place for you since nearly a third of all Wisconsin exports are headed to Canada. Click here to learn more about Wisconsin's trucking industry.
CDL Truck Driving Jobs in Wyoming 46 jobs
If you like driving with beautiful scenery and limited traffic, a truck driving job in Wyoming may be on your wish list. Wide open spaces abound with low population densities and lots of ranchland. And if you're worried about finding a job, there is high demand for truck drivers with the lowest unemployment numbers in the U.S. You might haul cattle, minerals or even coal since Wyoming leads the U.S. in coal production. You may try to hook onto a trailer full of wind energy and see if you can reach your destination before it spoils! Click here to learn more about Wyoming's trucking industry.
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