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Trucking Jobs in Albuquerque

Due to the concentration of the aerospace industry, computer manufacturing, solar energy, and other industries that keep Albuquerque's economy rolling, you can find a wide variety of trucking and diesel mechanic jobs in Albuquerque to choose from.

Whether you want to drive local routes that can help you get home to your family more frequently, or take long routes for national companies, there are several options for licensed drivers. Some of the top employers that need good truckers include Intel Corp., Honeywell Defense, General Mills, and hundreds of other companies that help keep local business and city services moving.

Drivers in Albuquerque travel through some of the most scenic roads in America, including the world famous Route 66. As a driver, you'll get to know the streets of the city's easy-to-navigate grid layout, as well as I-40, the major highway that connects this land of enchantment to the outside world.

Contact the trucking companies on this page to compare the positions they have available and the benefits they offer qualified drivers today!

Featured New Mexico Trucking Jobs
Weekly Direct Deposit - No Hold Pay, Practical Miles Paid On All Miles, Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance, 100% No Touch Freight – 85% Drop and Hook (solo) Teams 90-95% Drop/Hook
Weekly Pay, Flexible Home Time, Paid Vacation, Health Benefits, Bonus Incentives
Industry Leading Pay, Frequent Home Time; daily, weekly or biweekly with most jobs, Affordable Benefit Options, Variety of Driving Jobs Available; local, regional and over-the-road
Industry Leading Pay, Company Matched 401K, Affordable Benefit Packages, Local, Regional and Over-the-road Driving Jobs Available
Sign-on Bonus, Top Pay, Orientation & Training Pay, Driver & Family Focused, Late Model, CSA Friendly Equipment, 401K & Full Health Coverage, Tarp/OD/Hazmat Additional Pay
Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance, 401K Plan

Driving in Albuquerque

I-40 is the major US highway that was part of the original plans for the Federal Highway Act of 1956, which spawned the highway system we are familiar with today. This route runs East/West, while I-25 is the major North/South highway that provides trucks with an easy in-and-out route to the city. If you are driving in the city on local routes, you'll find the city is set up in a very well thought out grid that makes travel sensible and helps avoid confusion for drivers.

Living and Working in Albuquerque

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual salary for transportation occupations in New Mexico is $35,730. Residing at the center of the "technology corridor" as it is known, there are many opportunities for residents to work for tech based companies - including those who want to work as drivers in the transportation industry. The University of New Mexico and several other colleges are also located in the heart of the city, offering job opportunities for driver positions.

Are you ready to join the transportation industry in and around Albuquerque? To learn more about the jobs available for qualified truckers, contact the employers listed below to learn more.

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