Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by ChrisBenoit, Mar 22, 2016.
Who's from brooklyn? And is a driver
Yo. Wut you need son?
Typically how long does it take to become a driver?? And when do they begin to start needing people
Varies. Could be 7 months. Could be 7 years. Hang in there. Good luck.
What he said ^
These guys aren't anymore!!
These guys used to be !
Don't most of the jobs in NYC pay as good or better than ups? Couldn't imagine the traffic, volume, people, etc. Not sure it would be worth it.
I work downtown Brooklyn. It is totally worth it!!
Patty Duke was from Brooklyn
Moe Howard was from Brooklyn. There are a lot of Stooges still living there.
"...but Patty's only seen the sights a girl can see from Brooklyn heights....." how many times did you have to sing the theme song to get that info?
I gotta guy!!!!!!
NYC centers have high volume, hundreds of drivers, and a high turnover rate. I would say the average is two years. BK real estate is out of control, luxury condos and apts sprouting up, and million dollar brownstones in Bed-Stuy. With that comes wealthy consumers, more online purchases, and a greater need for drivers. UPS has to expand in BK by 2020. There is currently only one hub in BK to service a borough that would be the fourth largest city in the US on its own. The rest are serviced by its neighbor in Queens.
Doug Heffernan don't seem to have any problems getting around Queens. He's always got time to get in trouble.
You bet your cannoli.
Mr Kotter went back to Brooklyn
I'm dispatched out of Queens but work in downtown Brooklyn. The traffic can be brutal (mostly on BQE) but once I'm parked I can walk off a lot of stops with the 4 wheeler. I average 15-17 miles per day and only 3-5 miles on route. 150-180 stops and about 220-250 pieces on average. Many doorman stops, commercial buildings and walk up apartments. The truck empties out quickly. Overall not a bad place to work if you don't mind traffic and a lot of walking
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