The CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) is in high demand. The trucking and transportation industry is constantly growing. CDL drivers are always in demand. The transportation of goods and passengers will always require a CDL driver. These jobs can not be outsourced or replaced by technology. Unlike many Hi-Tech careers you won’t need to constantly go back to school for more training. Ferrari Driving School is dedicated to training you from permit preparation to road test and successfully placing students in both entry level and experienced needed cdl jobs.
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- Jobs for Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer 2008 & 2018 in the US are expected to increase by 13%
- The median wage for Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer in New York State for May 2009 was over $19 per hour.
- Jobs for Transit and Intercity Bus Drivers between 2008 and 2018 in the US are expected to increase by 8%.
- The median wage for Transit and Intercity Bus Drivers in New York State for May 2009 was over $25 per hour.
- The New York Motor Truck Assoc., predict a shortage of qualified drivers in the near future. Better pay and benefits are offered by employers to attract and retain men and women as professional drivers. Employment opportunities for well trained and motivated individuals in the transportation profession are many. The trucking industry offers a wide range of positions, from loading freight to driving vehicles locally and over-the-road.
- Trucking is the nation’s second largest industry, employing over 5 million men and women as drivers, mechanics and in related services. The Trucking Industry moves 70% of the nation’s freight, and employs approximately 1 out of every 9 workers in America.