What are some sources of job listings for truck drivers?


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Indeed.com, Monster.com and CareerBuilder.com are three sources of truck driver job listings. Each website has a search engine for locating truck driving job opportunities across the United States or within a particular city or state, as well as application information and email sign-ups that notify users of new job openings.

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Users can search for opportunities on all three websites by typing in Truck Driver into the websites' search engines. The search engines usually have a second component where users can define search results by city, state or ZIP code. Monster.com has an additional component on its advanced search engine that enables users to add a skill or keyword to define returns.

Once users pull lists of hits, they can browse the lists and click on those entries that interest them for job descriptions and application information. Some hits on Indeed.com allow applicants to apply through Indeed, whereas others have links to company websites where applicants can then apply online. Indeed.com has additional features to establish search parameters, include the amount of radial mileage from the search center, salary estimate, job type (for example, full-time or part-time) and company name.

Indeed.com, Monster.com and CareerBuilder.com all have an email sign-up list where users can opt to receive email notifications when new truck driver jobs become available.

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