UPS is Filling 100K Seasonal Jobs. Here’s How to Apply

A UPS driver makes a delivery.

UPS chauffeur Joe Speeler makes a shipment at the Leanon Shops in Mount Lebanon, Pa., on Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021. UPS prepares to employ 100,000 seasonal employees for the holiday. Gene J. Puskar/AP Photo

UPS is getting an early start on its yearly vacation working with spree. The business plans to employ more than 100,000 seasonal employees for the holiday, and you can use now.

The highlight? Nearly 80% of these positions don’t even need an interview. You can submit an online application, which takes 25 minutes or less, according to the business.

“We have made our hiring process as simple and easy as possible,” stated Nando Cesarone, president of the business’s U.S. operations.

UPS is searching for:

  • Seasonal shipment chauffeurs and truck chauffeurs
  • Package handlers
  • Driver assistants

These are a mix of full-time and part-time seasonal tasks. If you’re searching for work, you’ve got an excellent shot here: These positions are entry-level, though driving-related tasks have extra requirements.

All of these tasks can be physically requiring, so you need to have the ability to raise, bring and/or move in between 35 and 75 pounds.

The spend for seasonal positions differs depending upon where you work and your shift. We took a peek at employment opportunities throughout the nation and discovered that the majority of storage facility employee positions typically pay in between $15 and $25 an hour.

It can likewise be a chance at an irreversible task, if that’s what you’re searching for. After in 2015’s holiday, almost 35,000 seasonal staff members — about a 3rd of all seasonal staff members — made irreversible positions with UPS.

A full-time UPS bundle shipment chauffeur makes approximately $95,000 annually, the business states.

Seasonal staff members can likewise take part in UPS’ Earn and Learn program, which, according to the business, can lead to as much as $1,300 towards college costs for simply 3 months of work.

Mike Brassfield ([email protected]) is a senior author at The Penny Hoarder.


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