From: [email protected]: Monday, July 03, 2017 10:30AMTo: [email protected]: Fwd: The new U.K. truck driving job numbers article Dear Ken, I just finished a column on the new truck driving numbers and it’s a big one.

I’m going to try and give you the most current numbers for the past three weeks.

To be clear, the numbers are preliminary.

The numbers are expected to be revised at the end of the week, and will likely be released Thursday.

So how are the numbers changing?

The U.k. trucking industry has grown in the past few years.

We’re seeing record numbers of new trucks coming off the line.

A record number of U.s. trucks have been delivered and more than 70% of new US. trucks were delivered in 2016.

As a result, the average number of new jobs in the U,UK and Canada this year is expected to average about 2,600.

That’s the highest number since the industry was introduced in the 1970s.

But the industry is still growing and it has been.

This year, the industry will likely grow at an average annual rate of about 3% year-over-year.

In fact, the number of workers on the line has grown more than seven times faster than the overall U. s. economy.

When the U-K.

government started its trucking program, it set an average of about 500 new jobs each month for two years.

That has grown to about 2.3 million each month.

For comparison, the Canadian economy has grown about 2% year over year.

Why?

Because we’ve been doing it.

Now, when it comes time for the U.-K.

to come back on track, we need to keep up.

We need to stay on track to meet the new U-S.

truck driver training goals, which will be announced at the Us. trade talks in October.

And we also need to make sure that we continue to support U. S. truck drivers and their families and communities.

Ken and I are proud of the progress that the industry has made.

However, it has also been a tough year for truck drivers.

While the economy has been growing, trucking is still suffering from low-wage competition from other sectors.

Since 2000, the top five industries in the economy have seen average annual growth rates of more than 20%.

This has left the industry vulnerable to competition from robots and other forms of technology.

Even as the industry continues to grow, many of its drivers are being pushed out by higher insurance rates and slower job growth.

One of the reasons the industry remains vulnerable is that the government has been reluctant to provide more funding to keep trucking operating efficiently.

Despite this, we believe that the best way to get trucking back on the right track is to keep pushing for the next phase of the trucking training program.

It’s up to us to make this happen.

And we’re doing that by continuing to fight for trucking workers and their communities.

Karen Bernstein is a columnist for Salon and author of the new book, A Better Way to Work.

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