I've been working at UPS for nearly 2 years. And it seems I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Apparently there is an opporunity to go driving in my district. I work in the North Jersey district. Problem is that I don't know how to drive a manual transmission, but there is a guy I know that may teach me. And once I learn my name will go on the list. There is a guy a know in my center and he was recently offered two package car positions, one in our center and one elsewhere. He has been here about the same time as me, about a month longer. He had to turn all offers down, because like me, he can't drive a stick. So I figure I should be pretty close in going FT. It seems people have been moving up fast. I heard this has been a great year for part-timers going FT driving. At least in the New Jersey/New York area it has been good. Many drivers are going into feeders, retiring etc. And there has been a lot of growth here, and more volume is expected as the Northeast Region is realigning the flow of its package volume. How does the senority list work? Does it go by center/HUB or district? When you put your name on the list you can place your name on different locations including your own if you wish. I am a little surprised as I was thinking it would take at least 3-4 years before going FT.