Great Salaries for a Great Life
As women, we often have to ask for (or demand) equal pay for equal work. It's uncomfortable and, to put it bluntly, it's wrong. At Swift, we have always believed that everyone should be treated equally – and that includes empowering you to earn a good living doing a job you love. Because we recognize the value and importance of all our staff and drivers, we work to ensure that women in trucking earn the same salary a male driver would earn. One of the ways we do this is by basing our drivers' salaries entirely on experience and the type of route you drive. (Check our Salary page for details on our highest-paying jobs.) Best of all, as one of the largest carriers in the industry, we have the freight to keep you moving and making money.
The Job You REALLY Want, Even If It Changes Over Time
Whether you're looking for your dream job or just a better life, you've just earned your CDL or you're an experienced driver, we offer a wide range of options for women truck drivers that can help you achieve your goals and make the most of every stage of life. From Express routes to long-haul OTR opportunities, solo options to teams, our driving jobs for women (and men) allow you to work in the way that suits your lifestyle best.
In addition, we understand that lives and families change, so as your personal needs shift, we can help you make professional changes to meet those needs. In fact, we have a long, proud history of promoting from within, so if you'd ever like to leave driving behind, you have options – from hire to retire – and you won't have to leave Swift.
One valuable team member who has been at Swift for several years decided that after driving, she'd become a driver manager – and she did. But it wasn't the right fit. So Summer, talking with her supervisors one day, jokingly made up a position for herself. She wanted to work in the office but still drive – and not work on a computer all day. After leaving her boss behind, he thought about it and called her back in, asking if she'd really like to work in the office. According to Summer, "I interviewed. And then like that day, I had four more interviews for four different positions." After her interviews, Summer accepted a Driver Manager position and eventually became a Casual Driver and an ECT Lead.