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North Dakota is known as the “Peace Garden State,” the
“Roughrider State,” and also the “Flickertail State.” Bismarck is
its capital, and Fargo is its largest city, while it is home to
just over 740,000 people. If you're thinking about working as a
truck driver, you'll find this Northern state is centrally located
with convenient access to interstates and routes. There are also a
lot of good
truck driving jobs here and in the surrounding areas that can
take you further west or south to escape the brutal winters. There
are very good schools and real estate is priced well. Check out
these top facts on North Dakota to assist you in your decision to
relocate here and give you all the information you are going to
need on truck driving jobs and applying for
Reasons To Work In The Great State of North Dakota
- North Dakota is home to the Bismarck Bobcats, the Dakota
Wizards, the Fargo-Moorhead Beez, the Minot Muskies, the
Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks, and other teams and various leagues
throughout the state.
- North Dakota is also home to a lot of snow related sports like
ice hockey, skiing and other fun events. That means if you are home
in the winter season, there will be plenty to do over the weekends.
Your kids will also love having you there for their winter plays
and recitals at school or the various sports leagues and teams they
may play on.
- Real estate is very cheap in North Dakota and you can easily
find a ranch style home or a small farm where you can grow your own
livestock and raise your family.
- North Dakota is 94% Caucasian, 4% Native American and the
balance a mix of Black, Indian and Asian people.
- North Dakota is also conveniently situated in the north and
borders with Canada, Minnesota, Montana and South Dakota.
- Because the weather is a bit colder here, you may have to plan
your winter months for OTR jobs that can take you south or west.
Just ensure your family has everything they need and you can safely
travel for months at a time and know they'll be safe and sound.
Some families have self sustaining farms, or live in areas where
they are close to some shopping but stock up for cold winter
Interstate and Route Access
North Dakota is conveniently accessible with:
- Interstates: I-29 and I-94 are the two routes that can take you
to Fargo and connect you with Minnesota and Montana. Given the
harsh winters, the highways are all concrete, not blacktop which
ensures a smoother ride and less pot holes from salt erosion.
- There are also convenient flights through Hector International
Airport, Grand Forks International Airport, Minot International
Airport and Bismarck Municipal Airport. Train routes are through
Amtrak's convenient Empire Builder and there's also a convenient
Intercity bus service through Liberty Lines and Greyhound. There's
also a para-transit service through several communities.
Trucking Jobs: North Dakota
There are a lot of great companies that are hiring in the North
Dakota area. EveryTruckJob.com has a complete
list of these opportunities. The companies are looking for solo
drivers, team drivers, and owner operators. A few available
- Wally Cash Trucking is based out of Grand Forks, ND, and they
are looking for solo company drivers, team company drivers, solo
owner operators and team owner operators. They cover several
different states across the nation and offer weekly pay, vacation
pay, rider programs and assigned equipment.
- F&M Transport is based out of West Fargo, ND and they are
looking for team owner operators, solo company drivers and solo
owner operators. They work in most states and offer direct deposit,
a paid orientation, deadhead pay, a full benefits plan with medical
and dental coverage, a retirement plan and a 401(k) plan along with
other great incentives.
- Schmetterling is based out of Oakes, ND and they are looking
for company solo drivers and company team drivers who can work in
every state. They offer great benefits including weekly pay,
deadhead pay, lay over pay, and other great incentives include a
lease purchase program and rider program.
Tips on Local Trucking Jobs
Make sure that when you work in North Dakota
trucking jobs you check in surrounding states for other job
opportunities to ensure you get the best deal. Some companies have
hiring bonuses that can give you extra cash so you can move your
family and help with moving expenses. Also be sure to check with
other drivers to better understand how they navigate through
difficult winters if you decide to work locally or look into the
available OTR jobs that can take you south and west to help you
work comfortably year round.
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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. North Dakota driving jobs are available,
and we encourage you to apply and check back often as we add
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