Yearly Pay Numbers For 2019

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Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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Awesome guyz!!! im too lazy to try to figure out the miles cause i did some teaming so my numers are uo there too

Keith A.'s Comment
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I missed the opportunity to snag the screenshot but I pulled something right in the range of $50k -- this was my second full year driving, and I've been local for about six months now.

Keith A.'s Comment
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$50k net, that is. Not sure what gross is yet.

Amish country's Comment
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1st full year solo and within 2 years of driving I managed to turn out $67k gross for the year. I know that it doesnt touch the number some others have posted but it is about double what I made at my previous career and I'm home every day and majority of weekends off.

Marc Lee's Comment
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$50k net, that is. Not sure what gross is yet.

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Marc Lee's Comment
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1st full year solo and within 2 years of driving I managed to turn out $67k gross for the year. I know that it doesnt touch the number some others have posted but it is about double what I made at my previous career and I'm home every day and majority of weekends off.

Sounds pretty good to me!

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Yuuyo Y.'s Comment
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This is what I made in my first full year of trucking.

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I did the maths, and if I had been making the rate I am now since the first of January 2019, my total gross would have been approxamately $103,000.

Currently I'm not working nearly as many hours, nor do I want to - though that might happen again come summer time. My goal is to work less and get paid approxamately the same. I had a really really short week on hours this week, and got ~$1300. That's still around $67,600 a year, which is a minimum, so I think that's good enough.

RealDiehl's Comment
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This is what I made in my first full year of trucking.

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I did the maths, and if I had been making the rate I am now since the first of January 2019, my total gross would have been approxamately $103,000.

Currently I'm not working nearly as many hours, nor do I want to - though that might happen again come summer time. My goal is to work less and get paid approxamately the same. I had a really really short week on hours this week, and got ~$1300. That's still around $67,600 a year, which is a minimum, so I think that's good enough.

You said, "maths" with an s. Are you from the UK, Yuuyo? Or do folks in WI say maths too? Just curious.

Yuuyo Y.'s Comment
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I think it's a habit I picked up.

King Pin's Comment
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I’m local, hire date February 28, 2019. Had 2 yrs. experience OTR , when I went local. I’m very fortunate to have a local job, making more than I did OTR.

OTR:

Over The Road

OTR driving normally means you'll be hauling freight to various customers throughout your company's hauling region. It often entails being gone from home for two to three weeks at a time.

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