Hello everyone, I've been driving for a FedEx Ground contractor for several months now and recently got moved to a better route and am unsure if I'm being compensated fairly for the bigger route. Originally I was on a mixed HD/Ground route that ran under Ground, I drove about 150 miles, averaged 70-100 stops and maybe 90-150 packages and a couple pick ups every now and then. I was working on average about 40 hours a week and was paid $100 a day or $500 a week, assuming no weather or holidays. I've now been put on a totally ground route, in a bigger truck driving 60 to 70 miles a day and averaging 70-90 stops and anywhere from 250 to 300 something packages, and about 10 scheduled pickups, usually picking up at least 100-200 or so packages. So I end up working about 50 hours a week if not a little more, and am being paid $120 a day, or $600 a week now. Now I am unsure how the contractors are paid, so I dont know if this is actually a fair amount, but $100 extra a week over my old route seems a little cheap for the amount of extra work involved. Sorry if I went on a little long here, I'm just hoping someone with a little more experience here can tell me if $600 a week seems low for the kind of route I am running now. Thanks in advance.