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WANT TO EARN UP TO $80,000 A YEAR AS TRUCK DRIVER IN THE U.S.
Before you speed up to dreaming of having that job, you must know how to drive – as a commercial driver in the U.S.
Each state has its own set of driving so focus on which U.S. State you may have initial base of support – family, friends, former workmates, classmates, etc. Download the commercial truck driver manual of that State, study it and honestly check if you can pass first the written test, then the actual driving test.
Determine if you will pass the requirements for a commercial truck driver in this Career Info website - https://study.com/articles/Truck_Driver_Employment_Information_and_Requirements_for_a_Career_in_Truck_Driving.html
Once you believe you can meet the requirements you need to transform that readiness to a commitment: look for employers willing and able to sponsor you. And be sure to check if there are commercial truck driving programs here in the Philippines and try them out.
You may try this website on truck driving schools in the Philippines - http://truckdrivingschoolsnearme.org/truck-driving-schools-manila-co/
TRUCK DRIVER JOBS
Check the POEA website for approved job orders. https://www.wikihow.com/Become-a-Truck-Driver
Of you can check U.S. websites for truck drivers.- https://www.indeed.com/q-USA-Truck-jobs.html
The employer must be assured that you already have a driver license or has the great chance of passing the commercial driver state where the employer is. Hence the need to seriously study whether you can pass the test. Some employers may shoulder the cost of training so check out the offers.
And be reminded that any job offer from the U.S. must go through the specific Philippine Labor Attache with jurisdiction over the employer interested, willing and able to hire you as a commercial truck driver.
Authors & Contributors
Crispin R. Aranda is an established International Visa Conselor and Immigrant Advocate. He is the president of IVC and is in several migration radio programs.
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