Merx Global Job Opportunity: Becoming the Backbone of America’s Commerce as a Class A Company Driver

 

McKenzie Baine, truck driver recruiter at Merx Global, sums up how indispensable drivers are to the global economy with this simple adage:

“If you bought it, a truck driver has brought it.”

Over-the-road shipping is the backbone of the American economy. Nevertheless, the U.S. is facing a severe shortage of drivers, threatening several industries and consequently the world. That’s why today we are highlighting the career of a Class A Company Driver at Merx Global, a shipping company for industrial, commercial, and retail goods. Baine dives into the exciting features of this job, and the amazing benefits of being a part of the Merx Global family.

For those who are feeling the pull of wanderlust, truck driving is an enticing opportunity. Baine talks passionately about the places the open road can take you. From gazing at the sparkling night sky of Wyoming on I-80 to enjoying beignets and crawfish boils while rolling through New Orleans’ I-10, truck driving takes you places.

More than just an exciting travel job, truck driving is a lucrative and rewarding career as a part of the Merx team. With paid vacation and quarterly bonuses, driving for Merx has its benefits.

The Merx Global Company started with two brothers, a truck, and a trailer. Though the company has grown, the intimacy of a family business remains. Truck drivers are treasured assets to the company and cared-for family members. Always at the forefront of technology and service, Merx continues to look for ways to innovate and make their drivers more comfortable.

The Great American Road Trip is often just a day-dream for those who spend their workdays confined in a cubicle. But for truck drivers this is their full-time job — to feel the freedom and power that comes from cruising behind the wheel on America’s open roads.

To apply for the position of Class A Company Driver at Merx Global, you can click here, or head to the careers tab on Merx Global’s website.

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