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How much do Greyhound bus drivers make?

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Generally, new Greyhound bus drivers make a starting salary of around $17 per hour and can go as high as $22 per hour. This salary varies, depending on location, experience and benefits.

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To obtain employment as a Greyhound bus driver, an applicant should not have more than two moving traffic violations within the last 3 years and none of the violations should be for drug or alcohol-related offenses. Those wishing to drive for Greyhound need to show at least 3 years' experience driving a commercial or private enterprise vehicle, pass a background check and have the ability to lift up to 100 pounds.

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