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Wisconsin Trucking Association
Wisconsin trucking companies are hiring people to become truck drivers and haul freight locally, regionally and Part Time. This could be dedicated routes or line haul. If you are interested in an exciting and rewarding career as a trucker, you are in the right place. To learn about what the trucking lifestyle is like use the tab at the left, learn about trucking before going further.
Part time and Local Wisconsin Trucking Jobs
Part time trucking jobs are not well know about right now. At least not yet. The offerings are increasing drivers. And I will do my best to help push them and nontraditional trucking jobs. If you don't see a local trucking company or type of job listed for your location, do a search for the position you want and the location. The closest match should come up.
Other ways of trying to enter Wisconsin Trucking
You might not have found the type of trucking job your looking for. Not all companies have other than traditional over the road trucking jobs. They may not need local or part time drivers. If you stay in an area with plenty of manufacturing your chances are greater.
Also, some of you who are just looking to start your career as a trucker may find that you need to first get experience as a trucker over the road before qualifying for local, regional or part-time jobs.
But there is hope.... try these ideas also
- Tell your friends what you are searching for
- Ask local manufacturers if they are hiring truck drivers
- Stop by local Wisconsin Truck Stops, check for help wanted flyers
- Visit service stations near large manufactures in your areato see if anyone has posted flyers for drivers
- Post your own flyers about looking for a local driving position
Generally speaking, you also just want to be super aware of your surroundings. You may have driven right by large manufactures or even small trucking companies and not noticed them before.
You need to pay attention as you are driving so that you know what Wisconsin companies are actually in your community. Keep your eyes wide open and even ask people if they know of local companies with trucks.
There are also tools available to help research for what types of companies are in your neck of the woods.
Manta.com can help you
find what local companies are in your area.
Put in the city and then search. Then click on manufacturing.You will see list of companies. Click on the company profile and you have information including their phone numbers. You can simply call and see if they are hiring drivers.
Or you can use the map and locate the ones closest to you and go in person.
Also.....after that search....do a search in Google with these words
This will return a site with information that tells you what is coming up in the area as far and business goes. If there is a major company coming in or information that affects the future economy of the location, it will be announced. It may give you advance information that most of your competing job seekers will not be aware of.
Wikipedia is another great resource for find out what drives your local economy
. You can get an overall view about what business sectors are big in America's Dairyland. This gives you insight on what keeps Wisconsin trucking industry busy. Which might present leads to your next trucking job. You can also search for your local town/city. You might be surprised what you learn. There is a lot of information there. Go ahead indulge yourself in knowledge.
Commercial Driver Local Resources
Please post your trucker friendly local resource. Start with the City.
In the descriptions list the name, address and relevant information.
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