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TOW TRUCK DRIVER
Looking for driver with CDL A or B license
A or B CLASS COMPANY DRIVERS and OWNER OPERATORS
Truck driver class A
ATTENTION BIKE MESSENGERS
PM Driver for Crafty, a growing food/beverage/alcohol startup
Diesel Mechanic Needed
TRACTOR/TRAILER MECHANICS WANTED
Order pick / Puller
Class A CDL driver needed .60 cpm
HVAC Service Tech
OTR CDL Class A - Good PAY
CDL Open Position
Appliance Delivery & Install Teams
NEED DRIVERS WITH THEIR CARGO VAN AND / OR BOX TRUCK
Delivery Driver / General Labor
Full Time Warehouse Position
2014 Chicago Transportation Employment Outlook
Transportation jobs are one of the few industries expected to grow in Chicago in 2014. As the economy comes back, older drivers can now retire because their retirement accounts grew. Drivers are needed to replace these outgoing workers especially in this transportation hub.
Chicago has always been an important transportation and distribution point. It is a crucial link between the Great Lakes and Mississippi River waterways and today the city ranks among the world's busiest shipping hubs. The city is a world port with the St. Lawrence Seaway providing a direct link from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean. Illinois has the third-highest combined mileage of railroads and paved highways in the country. Railroads average more than 40 million tons of freight per year. 754 motor freight carriers serve the metropolitan area, and trucking companies ship more than 51 million tons of freight each year. Chicago airports handle more than 1.1 million metric tons of cargo annually.