Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Truck Driving Schools industry has long suffered from a negative perception of the occupation. This trend shows no sign of reversing, as shown in continued declines in revenue. While trucking is fairly lucrative, young people opt for jobs that may provide higher income without the long hours and extended time on the road.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
The national distribution of establishments in the Truck Driving Schools industry is largely in line with the national population distribution. The placement of schools mimics population to provide operators with the opportunity to reach a wide range of potential students. In addition, it provides students with a certain level of incentive through convenience of attendance. For example, if schools were disproportionately located, schools would risk losing students that were interested, but lived in states or regions that did not have any driving programs.
The Southeast region is the most concentrated region for industry establishments, with 23.7%. The region's share is in line with its 25.4% share of the national population... purchase to read more