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    Valentine
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    7 Best Countries to Work as a Truck Driver.

    1. Australia

    The trucking business in Australia is blooming more than ever. Australian trucker’s average salary can be as much as $70,000 (USD), and increases if goods are transferred from one state to another. If you opt to drive an interstate truck, your salary can rise to $100,000 (USD) annually.

    2. Norway

    Apart from the trucking profession, Norway offers the best job opportunities to all kinds of professions due to its stable economic system. Truck drivers work five days a week and no more than 7.5 hours a day, and a trucker’s average annual salary is $58,000 (USD). However, if truckers are willing to work additional hours, they can earn up to $90,000 (USD) annually.

    3. The USA

    The American economy depends largely on the transportation of goods and services, so truck drivers’ demand increases regularly. The strong trucking industry in the US is expected to grow significantly in the upcoming years, so they need truckers. The average salary of truckers in the United States is around $53,000. The best part about becoming a professional trucker is you can start early and don’t need a college degree to step into the professional world.

    4. Canada

    One of the world’s most inclusive and diverse countries, Canada is a hot spot for business start-ups and the trucking industry. When it comes to trucking, truck drivers are paid handsomely. The average annual salary of a truck driver is $56,000 (USD), whereas if you opt to be a local pick-up and delivery trucker, you are all set to make nearly $40,000 (USD) in a year. Your salary in Canada also depends on your trucking experience. If you become a long-haul trucker, your annual income can reach $100,000 (USD).

    5. Switzerland

    Switzerland isn’t only one of the most beautiful countries globally, but it also happens to be one of the highest-paying countries for truckers. As a foreigner working in Switzerland, you can earn an average income of $64,000 (USD). However, depending on your experience, work hours, and vehicle type, you can also earn up to $90,000 (USD), but the distance travelled plays a crucial role in determining the income.

    6. Sweden

    The average annual salary of a trucker in Sweden can be up to $33,000 (USD), and Sweden hosts two of the biggest truck manufacturing companies on the globe. Because the trucking scene is quite high, truckers are surely the country’s asset.

    7. Netherlands

    Netherlands is one of the richest countries globally and is number 17 in the list of the world’s biggest economies. If you are a truck driver, you will find many work opportunities in this country, and can expect an average annual salary to be slightly above $40,000 (USD).

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    Gentle Demon
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    Hmmm

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    Kingsheddy
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    Ok

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    Grace
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    Noted

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    @esthy
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    No wahala and thanks for the info

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    AARON
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    Na wah oh…

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    Jos Andy
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    So what do we do na

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    sheegokeys
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    Noted… Its a good info

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