Driving jobs get you out of the office and give you the freedom to escape the 9-5. And if that’s not for you, how about organising an entire warehouse in a logistics job?
You don’t need school qualifications to get into these industries and the salaries can be good...
So, what driving job can I do?
There are a lot of options open to you if you are a good driver with a clean licence. Whether you’re willing to travel up and down the country and internationally or you just want something close to home, there’s something to suit you. Alternatively, for the well-organised, logistics jobs can be nice little earners!
We take a look at some driving and logistics industry job descriptions…
What do these three celebrities have in common? Chris Eubank, Sean Connery and Chris Tarrant... as random as it may seem, they all worked as lorry drivers before they were famous.
And the earning potential is good in this job with experienced lorry drivers earning in the region of £35K a year!
Lorry driver job description
Taxi drivers provide an essential service bringing holidaymakers to airports, children to school, shoppers back home and helping those with mobility problems get from A to B. AND you get to choose your own hours!
You need to put in the time to make a lot of money, but successful cabbies earn up to £30K a year.
Taxi driver job description
Warehouse logistics manager
If driving isn’t your thing then the logistics industry offers some good options. A warehouse logistics manager is responsible for overseeing the smooth running of the storage procedure, from the complicated storage rules to keeping an eye on the warehouse workers - scheduling shifts and ensuring staff are adequately trained.
And there’s big money to be made with senior logistics managers earning up to £45K!
Warehouse logistics manager job description