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U.S. short on long-haul truckers

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 13, 2019
Trucking companies are boosting pay and trying to make the lifestyle more amenable to a new generation of drivers.
61-year-old Petru Strugari of Portland, Oregon, says driver pay is rising at trucking companies, just as costs rise for parts and maintenance to operate his own truck.
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Amid a record driver shortage, Indian-American Sikhs are taking to trucking

by Maggie Mullen Mar 7, 2019
In the last two years, one demographic has been gravitating towards the trucking industry by the thousands: Indian-American Sikhs.
Mintu Pandher sits inside the cab of his rig at the truck stop he bought a few years ago in southeastern Wyoming. He joined the industry because it was a blue-collar job that didn’t interfere with his Sikh beliefs and traditions. 
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Mexican truckers get pushback across the US border

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 10, 2018
For Mexican truckers, life hauling goods across the border can be tough. That’s because they don’t get to travel very far across the border with the United States. Though the North American Free Trade Agreement ensures the free travel of…

Truckers strike over employment status

by Andy Uhler Jun 2, 2016
They're considered contractors. They want to be employees.
A truck pulls out of the port of Los Angeles carrying a container. 
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