States That Will Lose The Most Jobs To Driverless Cars

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The future looks bleak for those of us who drive for a living. It is estimated that, by 2030, many cars and trucks will be self-driving capable, and every vehicle will have that function by 2040. Considering that the highest paying job in America, without a college degree, is that of a driver (truck, taxi, limousine), the coming wave of autonomous vehicles could crash the economy. Do you live in one of these states that will lose the most jobs to driverless cars?
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New York

Truck Drivers: 55,560 “Taxi” Drivers: 14,700
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California

Truck Drivers: 129,190 “Taxi” Drivers: 13,910
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Texas

Truck Drivers: 181,640 “Taxi” Drivers: 11,820
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Pennsylvania

Truck Drivers: 76,960 “Taxi” Drivers: 7,780
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Florida

Truck Drivers: 72,280 “Taxi” Drivers: 10,030
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Ohio

Truck Drivers: 71,710 “Taxi” Drivers: 6,370
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Illinois

Truck Drivers: 69,590 “Taxi” Drivers: 6,710
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Tennessee

Truck Drivers: 52,580 “Taxi” Drivers: 2,540
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North Carolina

Truck Drivers: 52,430 “Taxi” Drivers: 3,460
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Georgia

Truck Drivers: 51,980 “Taxi” Drivers: 3,070
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Michigan

Truck Drivers: 51,340 “Taxi” Drivers: 3,970
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Indiana

Truck Drivers: 50,480 “Taxi” Drivers: 2,910
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Wisconsin

Truck Drivers: 47,500 “Taxi” Drivers: 5,050
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Missouri

Truck Drivers: 40,660 “Taxi” Drivers: 3,150
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New Jersey

Truck Drivers: 40,280 “Taxi” Drivers: 7,730
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Iowa

Truck Drivers: 37,800 “Taxi” Drivers: 1,960
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Virginia

Truck Drivers: 37,610 “Taxi” Drivers: 4,540
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Minnesota

Truck Drivers: 34,550 “Taxi” Drivers: 4,320
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