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30 percent of civilian jobs require some driving in 2016 

June 27, 2017
Thirty percent of civilian jobs in 2016 required driving a passenger vehicle or some other type of vehicle while on the job. A larger share of jobs required driving a passenger vehicle (20.8 percent) than some other type of vehicle (9.2 percent). In some occupations, all or nearly all jobs required some driving. These occupations include light truck or delivery services drivers and police patrol officers. Full Text »
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