I feel like i'm getting screwed in this company. Last year i started driving on saturdays and about two months later their was a list posted for full time driver. I applied and was told i was low on the list for seniority and was eligible for the shuttle driver position to the airport. I go to look at the seniority list and see that i have at least six months seniority over the newly hired drivers. I feel like they told me i was low seniority just so i can fill the shuttle driver position. Fast forward to this past march and another list came out. Applied again and asked my shop steward what the status was and he tells me that you need a bachelors degree to be a full time driver. On top of that i volunteered to be a designated responder. It seems like the more you do for this place the harder they screw you. Has anyone heard that you need a bachelors degrees to be a full time driver? I have been working for ups for three years now and not including the seasonal help during peak. I want to stay at ups but if what i'm hearing is true why would i have a bachelors degree and work here? I would be cheating myself. Their are drivers that cant even speak fluent english in my building let alone hold a college degree.