There is currently a critical shortage of commercial drivers in the U.S. that is likely to continue.
America desperately needs more commercial vehicle operators. The U.S. Department of Labor rates the commercial vehicle driving occupation as among the highest growth rate occupations.
Commercial Vehicle operating is not just a job that pays well, it is the beginning of a career, and for many people the fastest road to success.
Ferrari Driving School is dedicated to training you from CDL permit preparation, Custom-Tailored Packages, to CVTA Certified Career Programs, that successfully place students in both entry level and experience needed CDL jobs.
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The commercial driver occupation represents a good employment opportunity.
The Job Growth Forecasts indicate that there will be readily available jobs for drivers for the foreseeable future
Entry-level drivers enjoyed starting compensation levels around $35,000 per year
Many transportation companies offer benefits such as insurance, retirement plans, paid vacations and safety bonuses
Drivers that are successful as employees can become owner-operators and own their own businesses, which is how many of today’s large trucking companies began
Everyone has heard of outsourcing, where jobs are shipped overseas. That simply cannot be done with Commercial drivers.
In a matter of weeks, you can be trained and placed in a new career as a professional Commercial Vehicle Operator, placing you on the fastest road to success in the new economy.
- Have a CDL but have not driven for six months or more
- If you are looking to re-enter the transportation industry
- Need to brush up on your skills in a commercial vehicle this course is for you!
- 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.