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US Xpress (22,507 Jobs)

Established in 1946, U.S. Xpress is now one of the largest truckload carriers in the trucking industry. U.S. Xpress truck drivers handle dry van truckload freight, expedited freight, and dedicated contract carriage services. Truck drivers interested in company driver jobs, as well as lease to purchase trucking jobs, will find those available U.S. Xpress. U.S. Xpress also actively seeks independent contractors for trucking jobs with consistent miles.

This trucking company hires solo drivers, team drivers, and dedicated drivers. For solo driver jobs at U.S. Xpress, the routes include regional and OTR lanes for truck drivers. Team drivers for the trucking company are needed for long-haul freight. This is also a more urgent and expedited type of freight load. U.S. Xpress also offers dedicated service, employing more than 3,500 dedicated drivers for truck driving jobs with the company.

U.S. Xpress also has a brokerage service that handles shippers, carriers, and agents. This extends the services available to U.S. Xpress’s customers, which means more hauls for the drivers at this company. In addition, the company has its own shop for maintenance and repairs. This also benefits drivers for the company since they can save time and money on providing preventative maintenance for their truck.

All new hires attend paid orientation at one of the previously mentioned training locations. The company provides services for students training to become a truck driver too. This includes military truck driver training, as well as tuition reimbursement. For military drivers, the company has the U.S. Xpress Military Program. This program is a Post-9/11 GI Bill Apprenticeship Program and truck drivers, as well as driver managers and diesel techs are eligible to enroll. The program pays military drivers for training with their military GI Bill benefits.