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How much does a Greyhound driver make?

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According to a summary of a Greyhound motor coach driver's salary and benefits accessible on the official Greyhound website, a Greyhound driver potentially makes $40,000 during the first year of employment. In addition, in selected locations there is a hiring bonus.

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Besides the basic salary, a Greyhound driver receives a number of benefits, including a 401(k) program with company match, a free travel plan and a program of continuing education. Health benefits include a basic medical plan and extras which include prescription drugs, dental, vision, short term disability and life insurance. According to the Huston Chronicle, qualification school is unpaid, but students at the two-week driving school and three-week finishing school receive lodging, meals and an allowance.

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