or is it just mostly on the internet where people just like to rant about life in general? I'm just curious. I've been working as a package handler for 2 weeks and so far, it's physically demanding but not quite as bad as everyone makes it out to be, in my experience. I'll admit, there was already a few days where I get irritated and frustated of unloading trailers that are filled with tons of irregs or are poorly loaded(with irregs being on top and front of the lighter packages) to the point of slowing me down from finishing as soon as possible. As for supervisors at my hub, they're surprisingly nice and would give me a hand once in a while when I'm unloading trucks that are heavily packed with irregs(after hearing many horror stories on the internet about how UPS is notorious for having A-hole supervisors and management employees for not only just for Package Handlers but sometimes even for Drivers). While I seem to witness the hatred for the Package Handler job mostly on the internet, I have ran into a few co-workers who openly admitted to me how much they hate their jobs. The vast majority of Drivers(who I've worked with as a Driver Helper before working as a Handler) on the other hand, seem to love their jobs and the benefits they receive for it in my experience. I have two cousins who work as Full-Time Drivers and are making a pretty good financial living while still being able to spend time with their wives and kids. Anyways, I knew what I was getting into when applying for the job since I needed a job to fit with my college, tutoring and extracurriculars schedule. The HR representative(that hired me) and one of the supervisors that trained me, were pretty upfront with me about how crappy the job position itself is while it offers nice benefits(after working for 6 months to a year). Overall, while the Package Handler(Unloader, Loader, Sorter, etc.) is far from a nice job, it's still okay for what it is. Anything you experienced UPS employees like to share(Package Handlers, Drivers, Supervisors, etc.)?