One simple way of searching for CDL truck driver jobs involves using the search feature on job search and career-advice specialty websites such as Monster.com. A CDL is a commercial driver's license, and this means that the owner of the license can drive and operate a variety of large vehicles such as tractor trailers, dump trucks and large passenger vehicles, notes Monster.com.
In 2012, the median pay for heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers was $38,200 yearly at $18.37 an hour, according to BLS.gov. The Bureau of Labor Statistics also projects the employment outlook for heavy and tractor trailer truck drivers to increase by 11 percent from 2012 to 2022, notes BLS.gov.
The steps below outline one way of searching for CDL jobs via Monster.com
- Go to the website
- Use the search tool
- Check the results
Type Monster.com into the browser and then press Enter.
Use the search feature on the Monster homepage. Type "CDL truck driver" in the search field and then add the city and state or the ZIP code in the location field to confine the search within the specified area. Click on the Search button.
Scroll through the results to search for the most suitable CDL truck driver jobs. Use the filters and refinements on the results page to narrow down the choices. Click on the links of the available jobs to view more information about particular job openings.