Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by large-notincharge, Dec 2, 2018.
im not a UPS driver but is it that hard to get in full time?
Are you for real?
Depends on the area but generally yes it is pretty hard to go full-time right off the street.
No full-time for you! Now get back into the trailer!
I’m in Chicago, I AM a union driver! I’ll work 8 months to make 70k and take the winter off with unemployment and benefits, maybe I should keep my job?
I wouldn't leave your job for UPS. If your body is in good shape and you're happy, don't even think twice about staying where you are.
Follow your dreams
Lol I hear how much UPS guys make and I’m like I can do that, but I also hear about being a Number
Let me elaborate a little. Being a UPS driver has its good moments. But it's not a life of coolness and adventure as a lot of people seem to envision it. You meet some great people and their pets. But it usually takes a long time to become a driver, and most of the job is just a daily grind. The body can hurt permanently, the mind can hurt and the family can suffer because of it. I wouldn't tell anybody to do the job unless they can't make a decent living doing anything else.
How much UPS guys make? You make $70K working 8 months a year. It wouldn't be wise to let that go.
Union brothers/sisters I’m always looking to make it better! I appreciate all the feedback I can get!
Getting into Brown? Typical SAT scores: reading and Writing 680-780, Math 690-790.
You’ve heard correct, seven digit number to be precise!
Sounds like @MyTripisCut fumbling around on his first date?
I’m a local 786 driver! We/I am not an hourly driver! My the load and it’s not bad, could be better, but it’s pretty good!
Then you're a lucky man. Enjoy the life you've got.
I don’t ship Fedex bye