Growing numbers of teens see trucking as attractive career

rucking’s age-old problem has been just that — the age of its drivers.

The median age of a truck driver is 46, which is five years older than the national average for all workers. As more and more drivers — especially those in their 60s and 70s, of whom there are many on the road today — decide to retire from commercial trucking, America’s highways are in danger of becoming a lot quieter.

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