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Some employers require trash collectors to have a high school diploma or GED. Most employers require trash collectors to be 18 years old and physically fit. They also require drivers to have a clean driving record. Trash collectors may have to pass a civil service test in order to work for a town or city.
Employers look for trash collectors who are dependable and hardworking.
Experienced trash collectors can advance from trash loaders to truck drivers. Once they are truck drivers, advancement often is in the form of pay raises. Some trash collectors develop special knowledge. This knowledge allows them to supervise activities such as recyclable material collection.
Front Load Trash Truck Driver, Front Loader Residential Driver, Garbage Collector, Recycle Driver, Residential Recycle Driver, Solid Waste Collector, Swamper, Garbage Person, Sanitation Laborer, Rolloff Truck Driver
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