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If you're looking for a great state with access to the Pacific Northwest, be sure to check out Oregon. Known as the "Beaver State," Oregon is the 9th state and home to just over 4 million people in an area that's about 98,000 square miles. Oregon has a lot of the best truck driving jobs because it's considered a northern hub with access to areas that can take you to California, Las Vegas and east for OTR jobs. Truckers can head south for warmer weather, or stay in town for local trucking jobs. As there aren't those harsh winters here like in the east, you may find you can take on more runs and pick up jobs all over the nation. Combine that with weekends off, great sports, outdoor activities and reasonably priced real estate and you'll find your family will enjoy this state. Included below are tips and pointers on Oregon and available trucking jobs in the area and how you can Apply now.

Truck drivers love Oregon because it borders with California, Washington, Idaho and Nevada. That means you will have instant access to really great states for trucking jobs if you want to take on OTR jobs in Nevada and Washington where there is a lot of consistent growth from new planned communities. You can also find jobs that will take you east into the Midwest if you want longer OTR jobs. Be sure to check for trucking jobs in Oregon from EveryTruckJob.com and other surrounding states that can keep you busy on the road and making lots of money while your family rests comfortably at home.

Trucking Jobs: Oregon Availability

Oregon is a great location for truck drivers who want to work as owner operators, team drivers, solo drivers, or new drivers. Here are just some of the available Oregon truck driving jobs from different companies that are hiring in the Oregon area:

  • Central Oregon Truck Company is located in Redmond, OR and is looking for solo company drivers. They work in every state and pay on average about $1,180 each week. Benefits kick in after 60-days and they offer great incentives like breakdown pay, vacation pay, 100% paid insurance premiums, and they welcome new drivers. They also offer stop off pay, lay over pay, deadhead pay and paid orientation and will match your 401(k) contributions up to 4%!
  • Another great company to check out is Leavitt's Freight Service based out of Springfield, OR. They are looking for solo company drivers and they work in the Northwest and Southwest areas. Drivers earn on average between $58,000 to $68,000. Drivers gross about $1,000 a week in their first 4 weeks when they have 2+ years of OTR experience. They also offer stop off pay, lay over pay, and a paid orientation. They have a great benefits package and retirement plan with a 401(k).
  • Sherman Brothers Trucking is another company based out of Harrisburg, OR and they are looking for student drivers and recent grads, solo owner operators and solo company drivers. They work in the Northwest and Southwest and offer a full benefits package, a retirement plan and incentives including direct deposit, lay over pay, vacation pay and stop off pay.

Benefits to Oregon Trucking Jobs

Given Oregon's Northwest location, you can easily access several surrounding states, making this an ideal state if you want to quickly reach California, Seattle or Las Vegas and OTR jobs can take you to Texas, New Mexico or east.

What Oregon Has to Offer

  • Oregon is home to a few sports teams including the Portland Trail Blazers, the Timbers, and the Winterhawks. Not only can you drive equipment for top teams and events, but you can enjoy games at the Rose Garden when the Trail Blazers are in town.
  • Oregon is also home to a lot of great schools and reasonably priced real estate. That means your kids will be safe and you can find a starter home or ranch style house to help your growing family.
  • Oregon is about 97% Caucasian, 1.3% African American, and the rest a mix of Indians, Asians and Spanish people and other races.

Highway and Travel Information

Oregon has the following means of transportation for the best travels in your Oregon truck driving jobs:

  • Interstates: I-5, I-80N, I-82, I-84, I-105, I-205, I-305, I-405 and I-505.
  • Oregon also has convenient train routes through Amtrak, has bus access through local bus companies and external companies like Megabus, Greyhound and other carriers run through the area as well. Flights are routed through Portland International Airport and other smaller airports including Redmond Municipal and Eastern Oregon Regional.


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Local trucking jobs in your state

If you are looking for a local driving job such as hot shot, expediting or something similar it is often better to try the local unemployment office. Many of the companies listed here have local and OTR driving positions, but the requirements and openings vary from terminal to terminal. Oregon driving jobs are available, and we encourage you to apply and check back often as we add additional better trucking companies and post better trucking jobs in Oregon. If you need assistance in Oregon locating a job, sending your resume to a company, or need to report a company that had a job listed in Oregon please contact us and provide feedback on your situation.

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