Aims to Close the Gap on Shortage of 30,000 Drivers.

1 Aims to Close the Gap on Shortage of 30,000 Drivers.

Without truck drivers, our economy would literally come to a screeching halt. The American Trucking Association reports “nearly 70% of all the freight tonnage moved in the U.S. goes on trucks.” A combination of stricter driver requirements, regulations and a decreased interest in the younger generations play a major role in the estimated 30,000-driver shortage.


Track5Media, located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is no stranger to identifying recruitment challenges in niche industries and connecting recruiters to qualified candidates. “We are truly passionate about creating innovative solutions to connect quality employment candidates with great employers, regardless of the industry.” says Oliver Feakins, President of Track5Media. “Our goal is to give job seekers direct access to the jobs they want and qualify for and connect them with the employers who need them. It’s a win for everyone—and the economy.”

Track5Media is excited to formally debut their newest brand,, at the 2014Great American Trucking Show (GATS) in Dallas, Texas from Thursday August 21st to 23rd.

AllTruckJobs. (ATJ) is the easiest, quickest, and most secure way to recruit the top company drivers and owner operators available from across the country. An exhibitor at booth #20157 at GATS, ATJ will be representing the next generation in online driver job searching and driver recruiting. offers drivers an easy job seeking process that includes:

  •     Advanced job search filters
  •     Innovative driver profile
  •     Social media integration
  •     Job alerts
  •     Important industry news and trends

From trucking students to seasoned drivers, ATJ connects truckers to the hottest jobs that match their qualifications and experience. With the driver access panel, managing an online job search has never been easier.

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