My husband was hired as a seasonal driver here in Arlington in mid-November. He put his full time warehouse (not UPS) job to part time and gave it all that he had so that he could be brought on full time after the new year. So he's working 7 days a week trying to get a great gig to support his family. He made every effort to stand out by going in early, running the route on his free time to learn it, skipping lunch and not complaining. Every night he comes home (late) saying how management is impressed by the job that he's doing and how he'll definetly be brought back. I don't know the lingo but I remember him saying he did over 190 stops in 'record breaking' time. Everything seemed to be going great and the feedback that the higher ups were giving him was awesome! Yesterday they told him to come in today (the first Saturday he's ever been asked to work) so he called in to his part time job. First they were going to send him out on his route, then they said they they probably wouldnt need him anymore. Not only that, they said that he'd probably have to work as a loader before he was hired in as a full time driver. He's considering keeping both which means he'll be working pretty much 14 hours a day. Is this normal? Wat's next for a good seasonal driver..... I just wanna know.