Trucking companies have a 90% per year turnover rate. Pick your company carefully. Few are better or worse than any other, but they are all different so check into it and choose the one that best suits you.
Assuming you can present well to your company's customers.
Assuming you can present well to the various law enforcement idiots out there who see you as a meal ticket.
Assuming you can present well to your company office employees, the vast majority of whom are ex-truckers and/or sleeping with one or six ex-truckers.
Assuming you can present well to service providers such as truck stop employees, repair shop employees, rest stop employees, restaurant employees, and others who have to put up with truckers' crap all day, every day.
Assuming you can present a threatening enough demeanor to discourage the lot thieves from phuqueing with your rig when your back is turned.
Assuming you can present yourself well enough to the lot lizards and beggars to send them on their ways without your money and without leaving behind something that will scare the heck out of a penicillin shot.
Assuming you can manage your money well enough to carry through the short weeks.
Assuming you can present yourself in a manner that inhibits the criminal element from attempting to steal your stash on that long, cold, lonely walk from the shipping office across an unlit lot in a ghetto at 03:21 to your truck.
Assuming you can discipline yourself to exercise enough to keep the flexibility up and the blood pressure down, as well as live a drug and alcohol free life.
Assuming you can present a person that other truckers, regardless of race, creed, color, nation of origin, gender, native language, etc., redundantly, ad nauseum, won't smack over the head because you're their dysfunctional version of an donkey void.
Assuming you can survive in an eight by eight box without running water, flush toilet, shower, or cooking facilities for months at a time.
Assuming you have the heart to be alone and independent, taking care of EVERYTHING that comes along to ruin your day all by yourself, for months at a time.
Assuming nobody is really going to care if you don't come around so you don't have to put up with all the whining associated with that.
Well, if you can live with all that, you might enjoy trucking.