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Pay all depends on each driving position, your experience level and location. For example, Team and Tanker driving drivers are among the highest paid in Schneider’s fleet. Team drivers can earn up to $85,000 per year while Tanker drivers can earn up to $82,000 a year. Solo Over-the-Road drivers have the potential to earn up to $79,000 dollars a year.

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Intermodal local is the key I made 65,000 my 1st year, now I have 3 years in and the work isn't there ( j.b hunt has them all now) they new pay package is actually a pay cut ( similar to JB hunts now only $5 more now). So I might be on the way there...more freight and fast trucks also

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Horrible company to work for. I’ve been with Watkins Shepard for nearly 15 years. Schneider bought Watkins out a little over a year ago. They’ve promised all these pay increases. Promised better equipment. Now they’re cutting our ours back. Simply most pathetic company to work for. If you have any questions for the HR Department. All you get is the runaround. DO NOT APPLY FOR THEM!! Save your time and take my advice!!!

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I made $0.48 1/2 cents a mile, good thing, half cents, but I was able to gross $58200 in my first year as an OTR Bulk driver

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I work on the dollar general account, I gross abount 1250-1300 a week and take home about 850-900 a week.

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They default all new hires to their Per-Diem program, which basically pays you a flat-rate per day. on top of that, they pay 2 cents less per mile. You may opt-out of Per- Diem at any time. All miles are Postal standard, which is zip code to zip code. I have never had a variance of over 40 miles on each stop. It's a trucking industry standard. Some companies will pay you by distance miles. If the company runs you out of your hours (70 hours/8 day) then they may choose to reimburse you while you do a DOT restart. I've never had a day where I didn't have a dispatch. If you're willing to work, you'll get work.

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55,000 per year

Answered - OTR Truck Driver (Former Employee) - West Memphis, AR

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50-75k depends on how hard you want to work

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Most make in the mid $30-$40k range, some make much more.

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Good company for new drivers.

Answered - OTR Dedicated Driver (Former Employee) - Aurora, CO

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