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  1. One question that is asked by many truck driving school graduates, students still in trucking school, and even those who are considering going to truck driving school is “How hard is it for an inexperienced driver to get hired by a trucking company?”. If you're looking to find the answer to this question, there's a great article called "Trucking Companies Hiring Inexperienced Drivers". The article explains in-depth what inexperienced drivers can do to increase their chances of getting hired by a reputable trucking company. At the end of the article, they show a comprehensive list of all the trucking companies currently hiring inexperienced drivers.
  2. Are you looking to drive trucks? it is hard life. It you are married or have a lot of things that you own it makes it hard. I have been there, I am married with 1 child and it was hard being away from them. And now that I have been out of work from driving a semi, I do not know who to approach about getting another job. I have 33 months total experience driving a semi but my last job was for a company that didn't keep up the maintence on their equipment and would not let their truck drivers take the trucks into a garage at any truck stop when it was in need of repairs while out on the road. You had to drive it like it was even if it meant that you might cause a wreck. And now if any drivers look somewhere else they can't get a job because of them.
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