The truck crane operator salary has increased dramatically since the start of the year, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The median wage for truck crane operators rose from $18,000 in February to $20,000 last month, according the BLS.
The increase is particularly noteworthy given that truck crane companies have been struggling to keep up with demand.
Truck crane operators now make up just 4 percent of the total workforce, according a recent report by the Trucking Industry Association of America.
The company with the largest share of truck crane jobs is West Coast Crane Company, which makes its trucks for the US military.
The Bureau of Transportation Statistics reports that the industry has lost about 40,000 jobs since 2007, including the largest drop in those positions since 1999.
While truck crane drivers make more than $200,000 per year, they don’t make as much as their trucker counterparts.
The average worker making $17.50 an hour earned $16,873 in 2015, according an analysis by the Bureau, up from $16.7 million in 2014.
The report found that median weekly wages were up 4 percent between 2014 and 2015.
However, the truck crane industry isn’t necessarily a new phenomenon.
Companies have been using the trucking industry to get their goods to market for decades, and companies like West Coast have been in the truck fleet for decades.
For decades, trucks were used to haul supplies like coal and grain to markets around the country.
Today, they’re being used to transport coal to export terminals in Asia.
The truck crane is the biggest job in the industry, accounting for more than 50 percent of total employment in the U.S.
The rise in the worker’s compensation compensation pay is attributed to changes in regulations and increased automation.
The trucking sector is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the country, which has created a whole new set of regulations and standards for truck operators, according it’s website.
The Federal Aviation Administration regulates all cargo-carrying airplanes.
The Bureau of Land Management oversees trucking operations on federal lands.
It is the federal agency that oversees the safety and welfare of all land users.
The BLS data shows that the average worker makes about $15,000 a year, and the median pay rose from about $10,000 to $13,500 in the last quarter.
While the average wage of truck drivers hasn’t gone up, the Belsons data shows a slight increase in wages.