This summer I am going to need a job, i just started college this semester and will be turning 20 in this July. I have not had a job before and have absolutely no experience. I really, REALLY want this job. I am going to apply after I finish up this semester of college this May. I will desperately need a job and will do anything to get it. I know they don't require experience but are they going to look down on me for not having any? Every place I I have applied to that doesn't require experience seems to moan when I tell them I don't have any. And what is the interview like? Do they have a set standard questions that all UPS places ask or does the interviewer just make up questions as he goes? Do they ask relevant questions related to the job or do they ask ridiculous philosophical stuff like "Do you think a rich person would steal from a poor person?" that is absolutely not even remotely related to the job? I have had many a couple job interviews in the past at retail stores and restaurants and am trying so hard to not be discouraged. It irks me when I see 16 year old high school kid and people full of piercings and tattoos and people who look like they haven't showered in a decade get the job while they never offer me one. I don't care about the hours, I am willing to work anything. I will desperately need a job and don't care if I have to work 1 am than 6 pm the next day then noon the next. I don't care, work me like a slave, I am so anxiuous to get hired and no one wants to give me a chance. Schedule me whenever you want and I will show up 30 minutes early every day! Is it easy to get a interview/ tour of the facility scheduled? I've heard some people say you automatically sign up after you complete the online application is that true? Getting interviews for me is always hard and I end up calling nonstop and what not and it never seems to eve rdo any good. And how should I dress? Anything specific? "Dress casual" isn't specific since casual to me is nothing more than a pair of basketball shorts and no shirt since my 3rd floor apartment is always a billion degrees. Jeans? Khakis? Dress shoes? Ties? I know kids back when I was in high school work as package handlers at different companies other than UPS. Everyone tells me it's hard and grueling and I love being on my feet and keeping active and doing stuff like moving boxes, they still warn me it is harder and more grueling than anything. And while I have been told this many times I still want the job and I am young (only 19) and naive and I need to find out myself just how grueling it is. I am ready to be worked like a slave! And I am anxious and ready and willing to start working. Should I have any problem getting a package handling job this summer? And also, do they ask for references? I haven't had a job before so trying to find references is always extremely hard. If they ask for them, what should I put down? High school teachers are out of the question, and my college classes are so big I never actually interact with the instructors or anything.