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    Looking to get back into the business

    Save your $$$. He can keep you busy as a driver. Or Mechanic. Or Accident Investigator.
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    Looking to get back into the business

    Andy, are you running ads here for drivers? I didn’t find it .
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    Looking to get back into the business

    If the company in LaVergne hired you with that crap, you may want to beg your way back in until the tickets drop off. If you’re unemployable you shouldn’t voluntarily become unemployed. Also, in this day and age, there’s no reason to leave one company until you feel you’re good at your next company.
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    Michigan o/o Transit mid-roof for local work

    I just realized he posted this in ask the recruiter. So he is looking for a carrier. Call all the carriers listed on the home page and see if you find a fit.
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    Michigan o/o Transit mid-roof for local work

    A lot of newbies do. Until they get to know us.
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    Michigan o/o Transit mid-roof for local work

    I’m not sure this sight is the best place to find shippers. Although advertising here can’t hurt, it isn’t the place to bring shippers and carriers together. I’d think he’s looking for an air freight carrier. Or just sign on with a carrier that tells him they think they can feed him short trips...
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    Single straight truck jobs

    Greg, I guess it's just semantics. I think of a career spanning a long period of time. You can argue that but be careful, I wouldn't want Rags to think you're an antisemantic. Rags, wash your hands......
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    Single straight truck jobs

    Back on track, there are solo straight truck jobs out there. Fewer solo positions than team positions. Look in the classifieds. Put an ad selling yourself in the classifieds. If you're new, you're better off teaming at first. Learn the business. You'd be more attractive to a fleet owner if you...
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    Single straight truck jobs

    I look at a career as a life's work in one field. If I sold trucks, drove trucks, dispatched trucks, and repaired trucks I would say I had a career in trucking. If I drove trucks, ran a restaurant, sold cars, ran a gym, and hung gutters I would say I had a series of jobs. It wouldn't matter if...
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    Single straight truck jobs

    That's a weird opinion. Many people have made a career of driving other people's trucks. Lots of upside. Lower risk. Less headaches.Less stress. More free time. Use your available credit for other things. Freedom to walk away easier. If you get to a good owner, you can be treated fairly...
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