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Truck Driver Walmart Dedicated - HOME DAILY - $10,000 Sign On Bonus - $1000 Holiday Cash After 1st L

U.S.. Xpress is offering a $10,000 Sign On Bonus the first year for experienced drivers - $5,000 in just 6 months and $1,000 Holiday Cash After the First Load!
You'll earn great pay - average $1200 weekly - and GET HOME DAILY. Plus, this is 100% No TOUCH freight. And with USX you will roll in some of the best equipment in the industry. USX offers great benefits - including Medical that starts on your first day!
Also offering a $3,000 for recent CDL A Grads. And, with this Walmart Dedicated opportunity you will spend more time at home. We offer paid orientation, up to $7,000 in tuition reimbursement and a great starting CPM. Limited positions available!
U.S. Xpress Company Drivers and Their Families Can Earn a Bachelor's or Master's degree - 100% paid for by U.S. Xpress! Call for details. BENEFITS: $10,000 Sign On Bonus the first year for experienced drivers - $5,000 in just 6 months , $1,000 Holiday Cash After First Load, $3,000 SIGN ON BONUS for Students, HOME DAILY, 100% No-touch Freight, Paid Vacation, Great Benefits including Medical that starts on your first day!, Dental, Vision & 401K Match, New Top Speed: 68 MPH, Newer Trucks - average age 2 years old, 1,250 watt inverter in every US Xpress Truck, New GI Bill?? Apprenticeship Program. Military Veterans can earn up to $82,000/yr. Don't qualify for the GI Bill??? Ask about our Advanced Rate of Pay Program for Veterans. QUALIFICATIONS: 21 Years or Older & Must have CDL A, Must live within a 50 mile radius of Auburn, IN, Must have a minimum of 3 months' experience to qualify for $5,000 sign on bonus., Veterans must meet VA qualifications - call for details, Up to $82,000/year pay is based on specific dedicated accounts (or lanes) plus your GI Bill??., Bonus Payouts subject to qualifications - Ask recruiter for details!, Paid orientation - upon completion and hired., U.S. Xpress Full Ride Program - must be a first seat driver for U.S. Xpress while you and/or a family member is enrolled in college. Ask a recruiter for details.

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