Some backstory first... This is actually my 3rd interview (scheduled for Monday) for UPS in one month, and all 3 interviews where for 3 different locations (Vernon, Baldwin Park, L.A.). I totally bombed on my first interview because I expected to have my interviewer ask questions and have me elaborate on my answers. Only his questions were very short and direct "Can you lift 70lbs? Do you have reliable transportation? Why do you want to work at UPS?", so my answers were very brief. Before I knew it, he was shaking my hand, and I was walking to the parking structure after an interview that lasted maybe 45 seconds, no joke. It didn't help that 80 people applied for 5-6 positions (his words), and I was the second to last person that was interviewed (I got the feeling the guy wanted to get out of there, seeing as he had been there for 3 hours, and it was lunch time). Anyway, my second interview went considerably better, because I knew what to expect, and thought I had a fair idea of what he/UPS was looking for. I also forgot to mention the man conducting the 1st interview, actually conducted the 2nd as well (he did not recognize me). I walked away saying to myself "I totally nailed that interview. There's really nothing else I could have said that would have made me look any better." No dice. I waited 3 days, and Friday came and went. So my question to you vets is: What is UPS looking for in new employees at this present time? Do they not want people who are looking to stay long-term? Are they giving first consideration to applicants who currently in school? Any tips you can provide me would be appreciated. I really need this job (I've been looking for work for the past 6 months), and being turned away 2 separate times from UPS is truly disappointing, because I know I can do the work. It would gut me if I struck out for a 3rd time. Also, about 3 weeks took place in-between my first and second interview, so it didn't surprise this guy didn't recognize me. But my last interview was last Wednesday, while my next interview is this Monday. If the same guy conducts these interviews Monday, how does that affect me if he recognizes me? Do I stand a better shot because he sees me applying again, and for a different location? Worse? None at all? I apologize for the length. I wanted to be as detailed as possible, and like I said, I really need this job. Any help would be greatly appreciated.