The English county of Buckinghamshire is located just north of Greater London, and it includes the towns of Aylesbury and High Wycombe. The large new town of Milton Keynes is also part of ceremonial Buckinghamshire.
The strategic importance of Buckinghamshire makes it a popular place with haulage firms and logistics specialists. It benefits from excellent road links to London and the north of England via the M1 motorway, and that means HGV and goods vehicle drivers have a number of employment opportunities to choose from. Buckinghamshire's urban areas also have staff vacancies for drivers with PCV licences, as towns such as Aylesbury and High Wycombe have considerable public transport networks. Other driving vacancies in the county include those for couriers and plant drivers working in the construction industry.
Milton Keynes in particular is leading the region's economic recovery according to a 2012 report from Experian, and that should mean recruitment agencies in Buckinghamshire continue to advertise a growing number of driving vacancies over the coming years. Amongst the main employers of drivers in the county are Argos, Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen. Other significant employers in the area include driving schools such as BSM.
HGV drivers working in Buckinghamshire can earn a salary of between £30,000 and £45,000. Local bus drivers may be able to earn up to £30,000 per year working for leading public transport operators in the county.