Breaker 1, 9. Breaker 1, 9. Hey good buddy do you find that often at work your stomach turns while having to deal with the people around you? Do you find you tend to have problems when it comes to developing or maintaining healthy long-term interpersonal relationships? Over.
Well, if the answer to that question is a "10, 4 good buddy" you may want to consider a career change and enter the fascinating world of truck driving.
Call now and you'll receive your welcoming kit that includes two cases of Red Bull, a year supply of No-Doze, economy size box of Trojan condoms (for when you entertain those truck stop hookers) and a guide to the best greasy spoons establishments across the good ol' U.S. of A.
"A shortage of long-haul drivers is spurring trucking companies across the USA to try to recast trucking's nomadic image and recruit more women, minorities, retired military veterans and those who want a second career.
High driver turnover traditionally has been a problem throughout the trucking industry, according to Ray Kuntz, chairman of the American Trucking Associations (ATA). But the road ahead, he said, looks especially grim.
Because rail capacity is limited and air freight is so expensive, he said, the federal government projects a 31 percent increase in product hauling over U.S. highways from 2005 to 2117." Source: USA Today