Wyoming is the least populated state in the U.S., with roughly 579,000 residents. That means drivers in the state are more likely to enjoy the serenity of the land rather than the rip and run of high-speed highways. Full of national parks, wildlife, museums, and small towns, Wyoming offers a slow and steady pace for drivers.”3 Truckers moving freight in the state can expect work from major industries like mining, manufacturing, and agriculture.
The Wyoming Trucking Association is concerned with advancing the interests of transporters of property or passengers by motor vehicles. A few services the association maintains, include:
Wyoming is rich in natural resources and leads the country in coal production.
Truck Drivers in the state can expect to move freight like:
Wyoming has approximately 63,000 total lane miles of roadway, and about 900 miles make up interstate highways.
Wyoming is bordered by six states and has three major highways.
Wyoming has about 543 total local truck driver jobs.
The average annual salary of a Wyoming truck driver is approximately $64,446, well over the median yearly salary of $47,130 reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in May 2020.
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