I've been reading these boards for the past week or so (inclduing the old archives) and have found out some really interesting stuff. I don't work for UPS, but there is a giant UPS building (hub?) literally 5 minutes from where I live. I could walk there, it's that close. I'm currently working on getting my CDL and my current state job has some tuition benefits which I am using to go to a CDL school. From reading the boards here, everyone usually starts off part time at UPS? Does having a CDL help me (or hurt me?) when applying with UPS for a driver job? I pride myself on being a quick learner and a team player and I sense the same from a lot of people on here. I am 31 and I guess time isn't on my side too much. I'm just looking for a career change from a boring desk job. I do work part time delivering auto parts and I really like interacting with the people. I have one more question: What's the difference between a package delivery driver and an air package driver? Thanks for any advice and/or comments.