I cannot find anything that has to do with my question on the web so I thought I'd just ask it myself. Has anyone ever worked another full time (non-driving) job while employed as a seasonal feeder driver? Is it possible if my current job is extremely flexible? I work from 7am to 330pm M-F. What do other people do for work when they are not getting called in to UPS? Do they have to get some other crappy job until the next peak season? It seems like if you want to be a full time permanent feeder driver, you basically have to forget about trying to maintain a good employment record as you have to quit any new job you get every year. How long would this process take (years) before you could be working 40 hours a week all year long? The HR person says up to 3 years. This is what the HR person sent me: "The Casual Feeder driver at UPS works on an On-Call basis, and needs to be available Sun-Sat, 24 hrs per day. The rate of pay will be $23.625/hr. We are not able to guarantee any amount of hours in any given week, but as we approach our Peak holiday season, all drivers will be working a significant amount of hours. This is a position that does not offer any benefits or Cobra benefits, and no wage progression." "The ideal candidate is one who is currently not working on a consistent basis, and who is looking to make some quick money. This is not a position to leave a FT job for, which I realize may be your current situation. However, if you are interested in learning more about the job and potentially being considered for employment, then please let me know. We currently have immediate openings for qualified candidates." I would only have to work 25 hours a week to match what I make in 40 hours a week now. Is 25 hours a week average a possible scenario from now until the end of the year? Thanks for any help. I hope I am not asking the same question twice.