Driver Shortage

The demand for professional truck drivers exceeds the number of new drivers entering the field, thus creating a supply and demand chain. Our economy is driven by a force of professional truck drivers; 80% of all goods moved, actually. As the economy grows, the demand for truck drivers increases accordingly in order to keep supply chains moving. This is a profession that cannot be outsourced (job security, yeah!).

The current shortage of drivers will increase prices on consumer goods unless transportation companies can find drivers to move freight. Predictions indicate that 890,000 professional drivers will be needed by 2025. These statistics also show that a truck driver can make, on average, $45,000 to $70,000 annually.

What's holding you back? Companies are willing to pay for your training. It's a perfect time to earn your Commercial Drivers License and we've got a wonderful opportunity for you. You can graduate our courses in as little as 3 weeks and be on the road - don't forget the lifetime job placement.