Carey Culley, chief operating officer for Woodruff Enterprises, poses for a portrait with some his company's trucks on April 8, 2015 in Dayton, Ohio. A 2015 report by a temp agency showed demand for truck drivers is expected to grow by more than 11 percent over the next decade, but the trucking industry sees recruiting qualified drivers as their top concern.
Carey Culley, chief operating officer for Woodruff Enterprises, poses for a portrait with some his company's trucks on April 8, 2015 in Dayton, Ohio. A 2015 report by a temp agency showed demand for truck drivers is expected to grow by more than 11 percent over the next decade, but the trucking industry sees recruiting qualified drivers as their top concern. Bill Lackey Dayton Daily News/TNS
Carey Culley, chief operating officer for Woodruff Enterprises, poses for a portrait with some his company's trucks on April 8, 2015 in Dayton, Ohio. A 2015 report by a temp agency showed demand for truck drivers is expected to grow by more than 11 percent over the next decade, but the trucking industry sees recruiting qualified drivers as their top concern. Bill Lackey Dayton Daily News/TNS

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April 24, 2015 1:31 PM

Trucking industry faces shortage of drivers

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