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Career Opportunity: Movers and drivers needed

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A recent report from the American Trucking Association says the trucking industry is currently experiencing a shortage of 25,000 drivers.

The number is expected to grow to 240,000 by 2022.

This adds up to job opportunities.

David Corrigan, President of Corrigan Moving Systems in Farming ton Hills tells Fox 2's Murray Feldman that his company is looking to hire 200 movers and drivers.

Click here to apply for a job at Corrigan.

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