Lumper Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Lumper in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Lumper in Alabama - State Average is $29,977.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Lumper in Alabama - State Average is $14.41.

The average bonus of a(n) Lumper in Alabama - State Average is $387.00.

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Lumper - Montgomery, AL

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CDL-A Team Drivers - Alabama

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We Roll Out the Red Carpet for Team Drivers! If you're part of a truck driving team that isn't earning at least $12,000 per month, you owe it to yourself and...

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Drive for TransAm! Reefer Owner Operators Needed! - Birmingham, AL

TransAm Trucking, Inc.

100% lumper reimbursement. Founded in 1987, TransAm Trucking earned its status as the premier carrier in the temperature-controlled freight industry by...

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Company Driver & Recent Grads - Birmingham, AL

Butler Transport

Butler Transport is hiring company drivers! Call 855-488-9402 to speak to a recruiter! Newer Freightliner and Prostar Trucks, Scheduled Pay raises, and...

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