A little background info: I'm a college student that due to certain circumstances found himself with a whole semester off from school (basically I won't be going back till September). So in the meantime, I'm in desperate need of a job. I worked as a Driver-Helper for UPS last December. Fast forward to this month, and I received a call asking if I would be interested in working as a preloader, to which I said yes. This Monday I should be receiving a call as to whether or not I should come in on Tuesday for an interview (the woman I spoke to mentioned that me coming in for an interview would be very likely). Also, I'm pretty sure the woman said it was a full-time position. I read what I could find about the job, but unfortunately I couldn't find too much. What I gathered so far from what I could find: - You need to be there insanely early in the morning (4am?) - The work is pretty much non-stop physical-labor and the atmosphere is pretty frantic - The pay doesn't quite match the work-load ($9.50?) - They pretty much don't train you and just throw you out there So far I'm pretty nervous about this job...I don't mind the physical labor aspect...while I'm not really in shape, I'm at least decently strong. What I'm worried about is that I'll been thrown out into this choatic situation with no idea what I'm doing (or that I'll just not pick up on the job and just flat out suck at it).