Are you aware of the fact that as a veteran you are entitled for truck driving training? Well, the Post 9/11 GI Bill ensures this. Any veteran who has served in any of the armed forces for at least 90 days or for 30-days (in case of honorable discharge) post September 10, 2001 will be trained for CDL license. Even housing and exam fees can be funded under this financial assistance program for veterans. The choice now is yours, study for years and possibly get a job, or get CDL trained for a really short period and get an above-average paying job.
Veterans retiring from active duty have one behemoth task in front of them – get a job and settle down in life. However, considering the fact that education costs are sky-high, veterans find it extremely difficult to secure funding for their educational needs. To make the matters worse, after spending thousands on training or college education, there is no guarantee that you will get a job. The current economic conditions are that bad. Truck driving though is that one career option wherein you not only get full funding for the truck driving training, but also are readily absorbed by the trucking companies.