I've been lurking this forum for about 4 months now, since I got hired on as a seasonal. Read all the stickys multiple times and countless other threads and seen a lot of back and forth on this tired subject etc... just signed up for my first post, so sorry if this is the umpteenth time you've seen this. I'm 29, with a degree in fine arts (utter garbage - FML) I took the seasonal position as a second job to make some extra money to prepare for my first child being born in mid-January (any day now!) ...I got picked as a primary sorter working with the imprinter and right off the bat the sort manager came down and asked me if I wanted to be a supervisor. It sounded great at the time... then I loaded some package cars at 9 am for a week straight and talked to several drivers who changed my mind - THEN, I spent a lot more time on this forum and noticed, a lot of the drivers here, when given anonymity, seem to hate their job and complain about the family time lost and how even though they make a boat load of money compared to any other remotely similar job, it's still not enough... SO! how many supervisors post here? Is the mental abuse easier or harder than the physical abuse? Also, is driving worse than sorting? Because sorting is awful. I don't want to look like Quasimodo from constantly picking up packages on the left and tossing them to the right. I've made my own conclusions from reading posts about driving by drivers - Frankly, I'm worried I'm too absent minded and I'll probably forget to put on my seatbelt and back up too many times and get fired the first week, assuming I get there in the next THREE years. otherwise, $11 an hour (imprinting is such a skilled position!) doesn't cut it.