How may houra could I expect to get working as a seasonal UPS driver helper?

I have already been through interview process. I'm hired on as a seasonal driver helper. Yesterday I got a call about an interview at a local casino thats scheduled for tommorow. I'm not sure whether or not to cancel the interview and stick to to UPS driver helper. Heres my situation: UPS pays 12.88 in my region. Im already hired but just got hired last Thursday and I have not been called to work yet...I live in a rural area. Now, the casino work pays 9 an hour working wen-sun 10-4 pm. 6 hours shift. I need extra money but I like to go to church on Sunday which would be ruined if I took the casino job. So for any of you who have been a seasonal worker in a rural area before or drive for UPS...How much could I actually expect to work on average??? Also for the record, the driver helper job seems much more interesting. I hate jobs where my main duty is to stand, stare and smile but I need extra cash so If I can't at least get a couple days a week out of UPS as a driver helper, I may need to to put my feelings aside and take the casino job,,,Any opinions???

Asked By: - 11/20/2012
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You cannot expect any hours working as a seasonal UPS driver helper in a rural area. You say you hate jobs where your main duty is to stand, stare and smile. You accepted a job at UPS where you are only called to work when needed. You cannot expect a minimum number of hours. The job at UPS might pay more, however that... More
Answered By: Heather - 11/20/2012
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