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“Spectra360 has a great culture and makes sure their drivers are well cared for. I started working for them as a new CDL driving a straight truck two years ago. I’ve been through a couple promotions to different jobs and I’m happy with a local route now that has me home with my family every night. I like that there are so many options with Spectra360 if I want to make a change – even warehouse jobs.”
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When times are good, there is a tendency to “let the good times roll.” And in the case of the trucking industry, this advice is usually taken literally.
2018 was a banner year for the trucking industry. Not only were there record-setting levels of demand for drivers, but the pay was highly lucrative as well. Driver pay per tonnage was at a 20-year high and, as is usually the case during the good times, companies decided to go all-in on the industry.
Back at the beginning of 2019, outlooks were overwhelmingly positive for the trucking industry. After the record-breaking profits of 2018, calls were for the industry to keep growing, though at a slower pace. Countless companies were buying new trucks and hiring more and more drivers. Things couldn’t have looked better. Unfortunately, now that we are midway through 2019, it appears that rosy outlook was somewhat mistaken.