New Jersey Trucking
New Jersey D.O.T. Road and Travel Conditions
New Jersey Motor Truck Association
New Jersey trucking companies hiring drivers just like you to drive trucks locally, regionally and over the road on routes, dedicated runs, and long haul trips to move their freight. The Garden State is a major hub for transportation and logistics. It's location and network allows overnight shipping to 1 quarter to the U.S. And there is plenty of freight to be shipped!
The economy is fueled by food processing, electric equipment manufacturing, chemical development, printing and publishing, the financial industry, and pharmaceuticals production.
Almost 50% of "The Garden State" is wooded with Pine in the south and Oak in the North. The Oak is used heavily in ship building.
Nurseries and horses are contributors to the economy.
New Jersey also produces nuts, fruits and veggies. It is 2nd in the nation for blueberries, 3rd for Cranberries and Spinach and 4th in bell peppers, peaches and lettuce.
Seafood also plays a significant role in Jersey.
The Port of Newark is was the world's first container port and is still one of the world's largest. Port of New York/New Jersey is the busiest on the East coast.
Retail is huge with Paramus having the highest sales person ratios in the country.
For these reasons truckers are in high demand in the area for local, regional, dedicated and long haul trucking and well paid. Of course, Jersey cost of living is not cheap, so long haul might be a good opportunity for the right driver to save some serious money and see the rest of the country at the same time.
New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the country. It is one of the most diverse in ethnicity and religion. Jersey people are the 3rd most wealthiest by median income. There is no state in the U.S. with more scientist and engineers per square mile in the world!
Jersey ranks fifth in the nation for tourism.
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