THE wheels are rolling on The Sun’s Keep on Trucking campaign — with firms seeing driver job applications double.
Since we launched our drive to beat the deliveries crisis, hundreds of companies have pledged jobs for both experienced truckers and trainees.
Andrew Murphy, of the John Lewis Partnership said: ‘The Sun’s campaign has played a key role in helping raise awareness of the shortage’[/caption]
Our brilliant campaign is helping jobseekers rev up a new career.
Sausage and burger brand Heck has had twice its usual applicants.
Andrew Murphy of the John Lewis Partnership said: “The Sun’s campaign has played a key role in helping raise awareness of the shortage.”
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