What if the government was right to shut down GM’s $10 billion truck driver program?

If you work in the trucking industry, you’re well aware of how difficult it can be to find a new job after the shutdown.

According to a report from The National Review, GM is hiring a total of 678 new truck drivers in 2017.

In the first nine months of 2017, the company said it had more than 4,400 job openings.

According of the report, GM was hiring for “any role in which truck drivers are needed in an emergency, with a focus on providing the right training and equipment.”

The trucking companies reported that the average pay was about $23 an hour, and that truck drivers have a high turnover rate.

The company has already begun hiring drivers through a new hiring initiative called “The Truck Driver Academy,” which is currently being run by the company’s Trucking Training and Operations division.

According in the report: The company is encouraging companies to apply for “The Driver Academy Program” by sending an email to [email protected]

Companies must provide detailed information on their training programs, such as their hours of work and training requirements, and include a copy of a current driver’s driving record.

The email must also include a short bio about the driver and a description of the company they are applying for.

The information must also be accompanied by the required documents, such in case of an emergency.

The Department of Transportation has not yet released details on the programs and the number of positions it is currently accepting.

The program is open to all truck drivers, regardless of the type of vehicle they drive.

However, truck drivers with prior experience in trucking may qualify.

The report also found that the company was hiring an average of 17,600 truck drivers annually in 2016.

That is a 7.4 percent increase from 2015, and the biggest jump since 2009.

The industry has been losing truck drivers at an alarming rate, and according to a recent report from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, trucking is projected to lose more than 6,000 truck drivers by 2022.