State of Trucking 2022: A driver’s guide

April 15, 2022 Casey Nighbor

As much as we’d hoped the pandemic would be in the rearview mirror by now, it has continued to take its toll on the world and on trucking this year.

So many headlines and news conversation throughout these past few years have centered around trucking being a critical part of the supply chain equation.

The attention has been great for elevating trucking as a profession to be looked at with respect, stability, and growth for those wishing to be a driver. However, the pandemic has also begun to weigh heavy on drivers who are becoming even more exhausted and overworked.

Our third annual State of Trucking survey hoped to gather how drivers were feeling after another year of the pandemic.

See how you measure up against your peers, where the industry stands as a whole and what the future may bring.

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