What is an on the road job?
When a job posting features "On the road job", it means that the work location will frequently change. It also indicates that the employee will have to travel regularly or constantly to different workplaces. The travelling frequency can vary depending on the job and the employer’s requirements. If you want to learn more about the job opportunity and the work location details, you can contact the employer directly.
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