Why Become a Truck Driver?Written by Joe Regan
There are a great number of good reasons for someone to become a truck driver. First and foremost among those reasons would be great pay. Did you realize that most truckers, their first year out on road, earn an average of $35,000 a year? And, that after just a few years out, those same truckers are making an average of $45,000-$50,000 annually? And finally, veteran drivers who own their own trucks make average salaries that are over $100,000 a year. What other profession can you get into, where pay is that good?
One other great reason to get into trucking…….. is chance to see some of this great country of ours. How many states have you been to? Are you one of those people who haven’t been to very many places? Well, get into trucking and you will have opportunity to explore America. See why most people consider this to be not only greatest country in world, but also most beautiful one as well. What other country has sights like The Grand Canyon, Yellowstone Park, Great Smoky Mountains, Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, New England in fall, and so much more? Want to explore America? Become a trucker.
One other great thing about being a trucker is camaraderie that you feel with your fellow truckers. It’s a special bond, much like bond that people who are in military feel. You and your fellow truckers know that you are doing a job that is vital, Vital for country. For without trucking, we would be in a heap of trouble. Do you have any idea how many products that you use, that are delivered by truck? The percentage of products delivered by truck is around 78%. So think about something that you use (car; food; pharmaceuticals; etc.) and there’s a really good chance that it got to you, by truck.
Protect Your Children Education At No Cost To You Written by Mary Yorke
Protect Your Children Education At No Cost To You
When it comes to laying foundation for a child’ success, there is no substitute for education. For this reason, one major financial services organization has undertaken to make sure that children who are touched by family tragedy (namely, death of a parent) do not face a second loss, that of an opportunity to continue their education.
The LifeBridgeä Free Life Insurance Program, announced by MassMutual Financial Group, will provide up to $1 billion in insurance coverage-20,000 term life policies each with a $50,000 death benefit-to help qualified parents protect their children’s education. If an insurred parent dies during 10-year term of policy, death benefit will be put in trust to pay educational expenses of his or her eligible children. The benefit covers a variety of educational expenses, including books and tuitions.
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) pays premiums for all policies issued under LifeBridge Free Life Insurance Program; there is no out-of-pocket cost to insured individual or his/her children. The program is aimed squarely at children of people who need it most. The LifeBridge Free Life Insurance Program is available in most states except Maine, New Mexico, South Dakota, and West Virginia
“With pressure of work, bills and normal household responsibilities, a great number of Americans need peace of mind that their children’s educational future will be protected if a prent dies,” said Robert J. O’Connell, chairman, president and chief executive officer of MassMutual.