DriverRecruiting.com Re-launched as an Improved Truck Driver Jobs Website with Quicker Search and Navigation Features


DriverRecruiting.com, a website enabling job seekers to find the ideal truck driving work online, has undergone a design overhaul that makes it much easier to navigate.

Scottsdale, AZ (I-Newswire) April 11, 2013 - In the United States, the trucking industry is a thriving one. Consequently, it is in need of highly qualified truck drivers who can spend several hours a day driving and perform related duties while on the road, including fueling, doing paperwork, as well as repairing or inspecting the vehicles. While many experienced and highly trained truck drivers are up to the tasks required of the job, many of them may have issues when it comes to finding the right company to work for.

Driver Recruiting is a website that provides access to the best truck driving jobs currently on the market. It aims to be the leader of conversation within the trucking industry by providing quality listings for truck driving opportunities in every one of the lower 48 states.

In keeping an updated database of trucking jobs database, www.driverrecruiting.com partners with the greatest trucking companies in the industry. The website details the truck driving opportunities that offer the best home time, the best benefits, the best pay and the best equipment that truckers need to do their job effectively for themselves as well as their company.

In an aim to provide visitors greater convenience in their online search experience, DriverRecruiting.com has recently been overhauled. Now more informative than ever and donning a more user-friendly, cleaner design, the website enables visitors to begin a search through hundreds of trucking jobs throughout the United States. Users may simply select a state from the map provided on the website, or narrow their search through the "Job Search" option in the menu.

At DriverRecruiting.com, visitors also get access to a blog section that offers a comprehensive discussion on relevant industry issues. Individuals who have completed their application for trucking jobs through the website can also opt to join the conversation about trucking history highlights, useful tech and gadgets news, as well as information on health and safety on the road.

When completing the free application at the new and improved DriverRecruiting.com, users can choose the Quick Apply option, which essentially matches a trucker's primary information with all job listings in the database. For people who choose the full application procedure and intend to include and highlight their valuable experience, clicking the "Apply for Jobs" button is the way to go.

To find out more about the redesigned Driver Recruiting website offering improved user features, please visit http://www.driverrecruiting.com/ for information.




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