If you'd like benefits, stability, and great pay, then trucking is the industry to be in. There will always be someone who needs something, and there will always be a need for someone to get it there. Per LMI-State Labor Marketing Information, there will be thousands of job openings for truck drivers, hence a need for licensed drivers who have completed a classroom program.
Salaries vary widely based on numerous factors including experience, but newcomers shouldn't be discouraged. On average, first year and student truck drivers can earn about $55,000/year and more senior truck drivers with their CDL can expect to earn $66,000/year. As your experience increases, so can your pay.
There is room to GROW, you don't have to stop at your CDL! These are just a few things you can do once you receive your CDL:
Apply to our 160-hour course and get your CDL Class A or Class B in as little as 6 weeks.
To enhance your experience, our online ELDT course fits into your schedule. We understand sitting in a classroom is not always an option, however advancing your career should always be.
In addition, each month we offer presentations and seminars on a variety of topics to
help you grow in the freight industry:
California School of Trucking proudly serves the cities of Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside,
San Bernardino, Perris, Santa Ana, Upland and Pomona, California.