With strong gains in April and May, the trucking industry virtually has erased previous job losses for the year.
Truckers cope with flooding crisis, the FMCSA begins its Pre-Employment Screening Program, a cross-border trucking program with Mexico will be announced soon, steps toward sleep disorder screening are taken and many more industry issues are ...
I've been hearing since at least March that many carriers are once again scrounging for drivers. This means a return to business as usual in terms of a driver shortage, only this time it could more ...
Payroll employment for the industry was 3,200 lower than what the government reported last month for March.
Today’s report on manufacturing shows it expanded in March for the eighth consecutive month, says the Institute for Supply Management, which does a monthly survey of supply executives. The good news mirrors what many in the ...
The for-hire trucking industry lost 4,300 jobs in February, and the industry lost jobs in January rather than gained them.
Tango Transport LLC, based in Shreveport, La., plans to hire 200 employees this year, most of them for commerical driving jobs.
It’s hard some weeks to stack up the economic reports and figure if things are getting better or worse. This week was no exception.
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