JBS Carrier recruiter takes a moment to talk about what the life of a truck driver is like, and what you can expect as a driver.
Having a truck driving career isn’t always an “easy ride,” but the more you’re willing to train and the more work you’re willing to do, the bigger reward you’ll get out of your career. It’s that simple.
Making the decision to go through with your CDL training isn’t necessarily the end of your worries. What can you expect once you graduate? Do companies really hire our graduates? We talked with a recruiter from May Truck Lines to see what its really like for new drivers.
Tawny Gates, a recruiter for May Trucking, at the US Truck Career Fair on Wednesday, July 11th at the Denver campus. (Seth Bakker, a driver for May and a US Truck Graduate, was also there with his brand new truck!)
Greg Baker, a Senior Recruiter for Swift Transportation, speaking to new Driver Trainees at the US Truck Driving School Career Fair. During the past ten years, Greg has been a driver, dispatcher, manager and now Field Recruiter for Swift Transportation. Greg is also at graduate of US Truck Driving School. He said he loves the transportation industry, and that US Truck did everything they could to help him get started.