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Saturday, August 2, 2008

Who NOT to work for.

There are in Frederick, quite a few truck driving jobs that are less than useful.

(I'm being politically correct with that phrasing)

Because of the downturn in residential home construction, there are currently more CDL drivers with construction backgrounds looking for a decreasing number of construction CDL jobs.

Fear not, the Maryland construction scene is not dead. It's just not in residential construction.

Infrastructure- Bridges, overpasses, highway construction, utilities are all being built in mass quantities.

Last Year I worked for Dewey Jordan.
I drove the water truck, I have Hazmat, Tanker and 25 years verifiable expierience.

Dewey Jordan Inc paid me $25,000 in 5 months. ($16.50 an hour, 24.75 for overtime)
averaging roughly $1000 week.

Find out about Dewey Jordan Inc here (they do NOT have thier own website so this is what I found on Dewey Jordan)
Tractor Trailer jobs are not required to pay time and a half.

Local driving jobs ARE required to pay time and a half.

for that reason, I prefer a straight truck (under 100 mile radius) to a tractor trailer job.

Hahn Transportation in New Market paid me $19 an hour to deliver gasoline, but it was straight time.

Dewey Jordan's overtime brought my average pay (even though it was only $16.50 an hour) to the same pay as Hahn Transportation.

more coming, this is a new blog

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