Wisconsin Truck Driving Companies
The trucking industry of Wisconsin may soon become even stronger. Through the SAFE (Safe, Flexible, and Efficient) Trucking Act, truck drivers may be able to drive heavier or longer trucks Logistics Management, 2016).
The scenic state has 14,000 lakes, historic fishing villages and a 1,100-mile coastline along Lake Michigan. With Wisconsin’s paper mills, beer breweries and ginseng factories shipping consumer goods across America, Wisconsin Trucking Companies are always busy. These trucking jobs require a Class A CDL License.
Common Requirements and Career Outlook for Truckers in Wisconsin
• Must take skills test and written test, plus one written test for each endorsement Wisconsin Department of Transportation
• Endorsements: Farm service, hazardous materials, passenger, tank, and double/triple trailers
• Average heavy/tractor-trailer driving salary: $39,000 O*Net, 2016)
• Average light/delivery driving salary: $28,200 O*Net, 2016)
• Anticipated job growth for heavy truck drivers through 2022: 8% (O*Net, 2016)
• Anticipated job growth for light truck drivers through 2022: 2% (O*Net, 2016)
Find a Wisconsin truck driving job that fits your needs and goals. Check out the list below and start applying.