Truck Driving Jobs in Texas:

 Date Job Title Company Location
 03/05OTR Drivers Class A CDL - Sign on Bonus Comcar Industries Texarkana, TX
 03/05Drive Tanker – Local, Regional & OTR runs av Comcar Industries Galveston, TX
 03/05OTR TEAM - CLASS A CDL DRIVER Comcar Industries Houston, TX
 03/05OTR TEAM - CLASS A CDL DRIVER Comcar Industries Freeport , TX
 03/05Seeking Student Drivers to obtain Class A Comcar Industries Houston , TX
 03/05BUY YOUR OWN TRUCK Trucking Jobs Near You Whichita Falls, TX
 02/19CDL Drivers! Make $5000 a month, every month J.S. Helwig & Son Terrell, TX
 02/19OTR drivers needed Butler Transport All States
 02/13Boyd Bros. Texas Regional Boyd Bros. Transport... All Cities, TX
 02/10Dedicated team position Marten Transport Dallas, TX
 02/09San Antonio,TX: Co. Drivers—Apply Now! Tri-National, Inc  San Antonio, TX
 02/09San Antonio, TX: Company Drivers Earn MORE Tri-National, Inc  San Antonio, TX
 02/09Solos and Teams WANTED! Tri-National, Inc  Multiple States
 02/03Hidalgo, TX: CDL-A OTR Drivers needed NOW! Tri-National, Inc  Hidalgo, TX
 02/02The Best in Regional Truck Driver Careers Averitt Express Inc Grand Praire, TX
 02/02The Best in Regional Truck Driver Careers Averitt Express Inc Houston, TX
 01/30Regional: $2,000 SIGN-ON BONUS Averitt Express Inc San Antonio, TX
 01/30Laredo, TX: Hiring Team and Solo OTR Tri-National, Inc  Laredo, TX
 01/26Line Haul Driver Saia LTL Freight Houston, TX
 01/26When you come to OrTran, we want you to stay OrTran Inc. Multiple States
 01/02Recent graduates! New Year, New Pay! CRST Expedited Multiple States
 01/02Free Class A CDL Training! New Year, New Pay CRST Expedited Multiple States
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Title: OTR Drivers Class A CDL - Sign on Bonus

Company: Comcar Industries

Location: Nashville, TN

Contact: 888-710-5633

Description: New Pay Package Effective 1/2015 • Recent Grads .32 cpm Experienced Earn up to .43 cpm loaded/ unloaded • 1,000 Sign on Bonus • OTR Drivers Home Every 1-2 Weeks • Recent School Gr...

Texas: The Lone Star State Needs Plenty More truck drivers


The largest state in the US has plenty of room for anyone, but Texas will roll out the red carpet for truck drivers who want a job there. The Texas economy is as strong as ever and the only thing holding it back is the fact that there aren't enough tuck-drivers to keep it in gear.



Located in the south central part of the country and bordered by Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, The Gulf of Mexico and Mexico across the Rio Grande, Texas is a prime location for transporting goods both nationally and internationally. Mostly known as the nation's leading oil producer, Texas has such a huge landscape of so many diverse regions its economy thrives from many other industries as well.


It's mineral resources include salt, sulfur, clays and cement, while its major manufacturing industry produces a wide variety of products such as chemicals, food products, transportation equipment, machinery and metals. Texas has also become a leading manufacturer of computers as well, with Dallas-Fort Worth and the surrounding area now known as the “Silicon Prairie”. Texas also has one of the most important agriculture industries with the most farmland in the country and the leading state in cattle, cotton, sheep, dairy and greenhouse products. Texas pretty much has everything to provide a rich economy strong enough to weather any storm. Everything but truck drivers, that is.


In 2011, the trucking industry in Texas provided 511,930 jobs, or one out of 16 in the state. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the Texas trucking industry's average annual salary to be $43,911. Well above the national average and certainly enough to live pretty well in Texas, but apparently not enough attract the number of truck drivers needed. One San Antonio truck driving schools has seen enrollment double over the past 12 months mainly because of higher pay for truck drivers serving companies operating in the Eagle Ford. Noel Smith, Program Director at St. Phillips Driver Training School states that a truck driver obtaining a Class A commercial driver's license can earn $50,000 to $70,000 the first year in the Eagle Ford area. Companies not serving the oil industry have had to raise their pay just to keep up with the driver shortage and nearly everyone comes out of these 6 week driver training programs with a job offer.


Texas is booming with truck driving opportunities all over the state and is here to help you find the best ones specifically for you. All you need to do is go on-line and we give you access to the most current truck driving jobs in every part of the Texas. Once you determine which are best suited for you, helps you take the next most important step with our on-line application process, instantly linking you to your potential employer. Texas is calling, they've got plenty of jobs waiting and time's a wastin'. Don't make your truck driving career wait.