«Female drivers wanted» in pictures.
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The next big thing in US trucking: Female drivers
Consider this. While researching for this piece, we first turned to Google with the very obvious search term women drivers. Here is a sampling of what showed up in the first 65 or so links to videos and articles— epic women driving fails, world's most stupid women drivers, funny women drivers. Of course, this wasn't entirely surprising given that we have heard this stereotypical view of women being bad drivers countless times before. There are jokes, incessant jibes and theories about the scientific reasons why men are better drivers!
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Do not send a resume filled with extra-curricular activities that are non-athletic. College coaches are looking for athletes who want to row or cox not do a million different things on campus.
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At a company like Werner, a driver can make $55,555 to $65,555 in the first year. As more women get behind the wheel, the company is finding they tend to outperform male counterparts in several key, economical ways.
At a time when work-life balance issues such as paid leave and flexible schedules are gaining spotlight in the American economy, trucking companies are challenged to recruit and retain workers.
In Australia, Uber, which has been battling the taxi industry in most states, claims to already have hundreds of female drivers on its platform. Uber’s general manager in Australia, David Rohrsheim, said: “Creating greater economic opportunity for women is not only good for gender equality, but is also important for the economy.
The median annual wage for a trucker that works for a private fleet, such as a truck driver employed by Walmart, is $78,555, according to ATA.
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Some coaches want recordings of your races. Others don’t. Steering matters much more than your calls. Don’t boast that you’re a “great motivator.” It shows a complete lack of understanding of the coxswain’s role.
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