Becoming a freight broker requires no special education, but many brokers do recommend working as either a shipper or carrier to gain technical experience and business contacts. To become a freight broker, submit the nec... More » Business & Finance Careers Career Aspirations

As of 2015, the average salary for a freight broker is about $41,800. Those in the top 90th percentile make roughly $68.000, while those in the lowest 10 percent take home approximately $30,000. Overall earnings are depe... More » Business & Finance Careers Salaries

Start your own freight brokerage business by selecting a well-defined market niche, finding carriers who offer services that are appropriate to that niche, gathering the startup costs, establishing a line of credit with ... More » Business & Finance Business Resources Managing a Business

Becoming a truck freight broker involves meeting necessary education requirements, obtaining certification and gaining experience. Additionally, a truck freight broker should possess certain skills that are essential for... More » Business & Finance Careers Career Aspirations

A bill of lading, sometimes called a BOL, is a contract between the shipper and freight carrier detailing the terms and directions for the transportation of goods. It also serves as a receipt, stating which goods the car... More » Business & Finance Mail & Shipping

Load boards find freight by offering their online posting and matching services to freight brokers and trucking companies needing a freight carrier. In the same way that owner operators use load boards to locate freight ... More » Business & Finance Industries

Becoming a radio host is a goal involving education, experience and contacts. Training in journalism, broadcast media or communications is a good starting point. From there, it's a matter of finding a station where one c... More » Business & Finance Careers Career Aspirations