U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics

Trucking adds 2,600 jobs

Trucking companies added 2,600 new employees on a seasonally adjusted basis in December on top of an upward revision in the November estimate.

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1,400 trucking jobs added

Trucking jobs in November also grew on a year-over-over basis for the second month in row.

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Trucking employment dips

Year over year, payroll employment was down 0.6 percent in September from September 2009.

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Trucking jobs added in May

With strong gains in April and May, the trucking industry virtually has erased previous job losses for the year.

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Trucking jobs up in April, down in March

Payroll employment for the industry was 3,200 lower than what the government reported last month for March.

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Trucking jobs fall in February

The for-hire trucking industry lost 4,300 jobs in February, and the industry lost jobs in January rather than gained them, according to revised seasonally adjusted figures from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. Preliminary data released a month ago indicated the industry had added 2,500 jobs in January. Instead, the latest figures show that jobs were almost flat from December at a 200-job decline. Payroll employment had dropped by 12,000 jobs in December. Trucking ...

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LogBook

Freight stabilization is a reflection of the recession coming to an end, analysts said.

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