Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by 32blaine, Oct 4, 2016.
What does it top out at? Does anyone have a chart?
Part time does not top out. Depending when you started we could give you an outline of what you'd be earning but there's no top out, just more raises as the contracts dictate. Top out is all progression, mainly full time, but raises will still happen afterwards.
PT wages top out at $33.20/hr. unskilled and $34.25 skilled.
I'm going off the assumption that the OP hasn't been around for about 30 years hence their question. Even with the very old scale now for PT there technically isn't a top out since they didn't go through a progression to get to it and have been getting yearly raises for a long time.
Let's say I started working in 2007, what would my wage be?
Depending on your seniority date: $17.27, $17.62, or $17.77
Just double checking... So I'd make 17 as a preloaded? If so that is fantastic!
If you had been working preload for the last 9 years, yes you'd be making about $17/hour now. If you just started you'd make about $11/hour.
I would say you would likely be full time by then making way more.
And if you started in 1997; it'd be about $24.50 or $26.
And if you started in 1987; it'd be about $31 or $31.45....
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