Dedicated Truck Driving Jobs

Reliable Hometime

Predictable Schedule


Familiar Routes

Dedicated trucking jobs are a great option for drivers looking for predictable home time as well as a stable income. In most cases, dedicated drivers are aware of their route and destination well in advance. The purpose of a dedicated route is to provide drivers with a more reliable work schedule, and will allow them to more effectively schedule their personal life around their job. Many companies allow drivers to choose from and apply for a variety of available runs.

Dedicated routes often provide drivers with the opportunity to develop more personal relationships with their customers. That is why it is essential for dedicated drivers to behave professionally, at all times. You become the face of the company and exceptional customer service goes a long way. Dedicated trucking jobs are typically a more sought after position. Therefore, it can be difficult to obtain until you have significant experience as a trucker. In most cases, dedicated trucking routes are reserved for drivers with at least a year of driving regional or long haul routes. However, there are some companies that offer dedicated routes to drivers with less experience.



Family Friendly







OTR/Long Haul

every 1-4 weeks





Top Companies Hiring dedicated Drivers

SYGMA - Portland

  • Average salary $70k/year - Dedicated Routes!
  • $7,500 Sign-On Bonus
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance, 401k and Stock Purchase Plan
  • Many routes under 24 hours out
  • Highly maintained equipment

Western Express - Trainees CT

  • Great Pay for Entry Level; Earn Experienced Driver Pay in as Little as 90 Days!
  • Priority Hometime
  • Excellent Benefits: Health, Dental and Vision, Plus 401k
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Newest Trucks: Average 1 ½ Years Old

Western Express - Van FB CT

  • GREAT PAY. One of the highest in the industry up to $75,000/annually
  • Lots of miles
  • Newer trucks with advanced features
  • Paid vacation
  • Priority home time

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CDL Driver Job Outlook

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, overall job opportunities look favorable for truck drivers, especially for long haul drivers. In addition to occupational growth, numerous job openings will occur as experienced truck drivers leave this large occupation to retire, or leave the labor force all together.

Truck drivers and driver/sales workers comprise of one the largest occupations in the United States, holding 3.5 million jobs. The number of heavy and tractor trailer drivers is expected to grow 5% between 2014 - 2024 according to the department of labor.

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