In Most States, Trucking is the Most Common Job

Quoctrung Bui
NPR
February 06, 2015

This gives our union leverage; it's time to use it: "Driving a truck has been immune to two of the biggest trends affecting U.S. jobs: globalization and automation. A worker in China can't drive a truck in Ohio, and machines can't drive cars."

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