Hello everyone. I'm currently a package handler for fdx ground and want to get out badly. I've been a package handler for 7 years and its time to go. I've been applying for other jobs but the job seeking process is slow and cumbersome. Instead of quitting outright, I was thinking about jumping over to office. That way, I could continue my job search and remain under the fedex umbrella. They have many openings on the fedex career site and they seem to be a less stressful company. I'm interested in their "Center Consultant" position. That's a very fancy title, it's job description sounds like the equivalent of ground's QA. I came up with these questions and hoping that someone that works or worked at office can answer them. Remember, I have the "Center Consultant" position in mind. What is working at office like? Is it a stressful job? What are the duties of a center consultant? What are the hours like? How are the benefits, vacation? Do I have to work behind/operate a cash register? Can a ground package handler directly transfer to office? If so, will the benefits transfer too? Can someone work at ground and office? These are the questions I have for now and would really appreciate it if someone can reply. Thanks for your time. Any help is appreciated!