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3 Trucking Companies that Train and Hire Felons

The trucking industry is providing returning citizens with career opportunities that last through retirement. Here are three trucking companies that train and hire felons.


Tyson Foods is a company where felons with no experience have the chance to learn a trade and earn money simultaneously. They are one of the few trucking companies willing to hire individuals with felony charges who have been recently released from prison. Tyson also provides them with the training necessary to perform well on the job. The company monitors job applications using government guidelines. Their hiring department cross-examines criminal history and background records, making candidate selections based on the type of felony offense each person committed. This individualized approach affords each applicant a fair process.


Swift is one of the leading trucking companies in the industry. They hire thousands of people with felony charges as truck drivers every year. However, a person with a felony charge can only get a job as a driver in this company if his crime took place over ten years prior to the date of applying. The company uses a case-by-case screening method when hiring felons as commercial truck drivers. For security purposes, Swift Transportation runs in-depth background checks on all applicants and requires drug testing before hiring them.


With their constant demand as a top company in America's transportation industry, UPS hires a multitude of international, local, and regional drivers annually. UPS is well-known for hiring felons, and the hiring processes are determined by their in-house HR team. According to recent reports, the company evaluates each returning citizen's criminal record before hiring them. Like other trucking companies, UPS conducts background checks and drug tests of candidates who apply for job opportunities.

These major trucking companies are changing lives by training felons with no experience and turning them into professional truck drivers. If you are interested in starting a career in the transportation industry after incarceration but don't know where to start, we can help! CLICK HERE to apply and a member of our team will reach out.

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