Arlington Texas Truck Driving Jobs
2017 Outlook for Trucking Jobs in Arlington, TX
Whether you are looking for a Class A or B CDL position, rest assured there are trucking companies in Arlington, TX who are currently looking to hire qualified drivers. If you’re trying to land your first position, or have years of experience under your belt, there are a variety of opportunities in this area to explore. According to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, tractor trailer drivers earn an annual income of $42,330 in Arlington area, while light truck drivers and delivery drivers earn $32,940 per year. (BLS, 2017)
Many Arlington trucking companies offer incentives to join their team. They know the value of a serious professional with a clean driving record. You may be able to earn a sign-on bonus, health benefits, 401K, paid sick, time off and holiday compensation, and other perks when you sign on. Plus, many companies have local, regional and OTR jobs available for drivers who have different lifestyles and scheduling needs.
Use the listings below to start comparing Arlington, TX CDL jobs today!
Driving in Arlington
Drivers already familiar with the area know that Arlington is part of an exciting region of Texas that includes Dallas and Fort Worth. With easy access between these three cities, you can imagine all the truck drivers that are required to keep these cities moving. You can serve several industries, including food, manufacturing, energy, farming or other industries.
Truckers can expect to cruise down the two major interstate highways, I-20 and I-30. Drivers in the southwest portion will likely roll down US287.
With public transportation a fairly new characteristic of the cityscape, this is a car dependent city. If you already live in the area, then you probably already know the streets of Arlington well. Start mapping out what you want your life on the road to look like, and discuss the jobs available that are listed below.
Living and Working in Arlington
With the University of Texas-Arlington in the city, you can bet there are plenty of things to do in Arlington. And with such close proximity to Dallas and Fort Worth, the city offers residents and visitors a world of options for entertainment and culture, no matter what time of year.
If you like sports, you can catch a Texas Rangers baseball game, or go watch the Cowboys play football at AT&T Stadium. The Levitt Pavilion Auditorium hosts world famous musicians, and has many free shows throughout the year. And for those who love the arts, Theatre Arlington is one of the most notable community theaters in the nation.
If you want to compare Arlington, TX trucking jobs for drivers with their Class A or B CDL, take a moment to look at the postings below.