October 14, 2009

Hot Jobs 57: Transportation Jobs

Welcome to Hot Jobs Wednesday! As you probably know by now, every Wednesday, I put the spotlight on three of the hottest job leads from the JobMonkey’s free Job Center. Our job center is the web’s #1 free resource for job seekers in search of an adventure — and a paycheck. This week, I am […]

April 8, 2009

New Truck and Delivery Driver Job Board

Here at JobMonkey we’re always looking for new ways to help you find work. To that end, our staff have been launching new industry-specific job boards. If you’re interested in truck driving work, or even being a local delivery driver, then you’ll love the new Truck Driving Job Board. The trucking industry faces a serious […]

April 7, 2009

Working for United Parcel Service

United Parcel Service (UPS) has been in the business of transporting parcels and freight of all shapes and sizes for over a century, with no signs of slowing up at all. The company is the nation’s third-largest employer and the world’s largest deliverer of consumer and business packages. With over 15 million parcels transported every […]

March 7, 2009

In the News: Truckers Keep on Trucking

With millions of laid-off Americans looking for work, the trucking industry is seeing a spike in applications. One small town, New York Terminal Manager says that he has seen applications go from zero to 10 in the last few months. The good news is that there are actually jobs to be had in over road […]

November 21, 2008

What I’m Reading This Week

Can you believe another week has flown by?  I think time passes more quickly in the winter — it must be because we are all huddled up and hunkered down inside, trying to stay warm.  Man, is it cold outside!  Of course, those blustery winds mean less temptations to blow off your job search, right? […]

October 10, 2008

Spotlight on Long Haul Truck Driving Jobs

According to the American Trucking Association, the trucking industry is experiencing a driver shortage to the tune of 20,000 truckers. If the present trend continues, the gap will only grow further. Over the next ten years, shipping is projected to grow 71.2 percent, which means the shortage of drivers will grow to 539,000.  The greatest […]

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