Been with UPS for 7 months. Currently a dock supervisor on the day sort, been doing it for 3 months. My numbers are good, everyone tells me I am doing very well, especially since I kind of had to train myself when I get on the dock. It's a stressful job, I don't have all that many smooth days due to a variety of things. Interviewed for, and was offered a revenue recovery supervisor job at a different (much smaller) facility, during the twilight sort. Facility is a little further away, in downtown Chicago. Because it is a smaller place, I am concerned that I may take this job and find out there is little to no room to advance further in the company to a specialist or full time supervisor. If I stay, my manager tells me he thinks it wouldn't be too difficult for him to get me into revenue recovery at my facility within 3-5 months, but there is no guarantee. If I leave, I will likely only get my 27.5 hours (been averaging about 33-35 hours). I have a degree in finance and accounting (graduated in 09 with that stellar job market) and really don't wanna wake up in 12-18 months and still be supervising the same dock. Any thoughts?