So I just graduated college and I’m going to do everything in my power to hopefully become a driver and make a career at UPS. I know you have to earn your wings so I interviewed for a daysort position and got hired. I think they hired about 3 of us out of about 18. I was told that the general waiting list to become a driver at this hub is "about" 3 years. My question is does this poor economy possibly make that wait shorter? I'm assuming that the majority of the hubs have been doing cuts so does that mean that the people who stick it out will fare better and gain seniority faster with an up swinging economy? It seems like the demand for drivers could increase in order to fill the void of all these cuts. Any thoughts?