Transportation and Logistics

truck driver sitting behind steering wheel in truck
Contributed to jobs.net by Kim Evans There are select occupations you ought to first discuss with loved ones before even considering applying for a job in the field. Truck driving is one such occupation. In many ways, being an OTR (over-the-road) or CDL driver is more a lifestyle than a job. Its demands,...[Continue Reading]
manufacturing industry word cloud
Contributed to jobs.net by Kim EvansIf you were sitting pretty with your chosen career path, as in impressively pretty, do you think you would you know?Well, guess what–if you have a background as a field services technician, maintenance mechanic, materials manager, or one of the more than 200 classified...[Continue Reading]
in-home sink repair man
Contributed to jobs.net by Kim Evans There are hundreds of different workplace settings, but few call for such strict employee etiquette as much as a customer's home. Maintenance-related workers such as installers or electricians, in particular, must honor a homeowner's need for privacy and security....[Continue Reading]
auto mechanic helping customer
Contributed to jobs.net by Kim Evans The days of the unschooled grease monkey are numbered, if not already behind us. Once an entry-level job suitable for fresh-out-of-high-school graduates is now a much more high-tech occupation requiring knowledge and skills common to engineers and IT professionals....[Continue Reading]
Road sign indicating four directions to take
Contributed to jobs.net by Kim Evans Are you fascinated by motor vehicles? Do you obsessively keep up with the latest news and trends related to cars, trucks and SUVs? If you have a special affinity for automobiles, the right set of skills, and you're also searching for a job, perhaps an auto-related...[Continue Reading]
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