I am tired of working in warehouses and i have been thinking about becoming a delivery driver. Something other than pizza delivery. What companies do you know of that need full time drivers?
Currently im a delivery driver; im wondering how I could start a career in politics, or maybe just get a job for the local \ state government. Any thoughts? thanks in advance
Im applying for a job at the local pizza place. The owner advertised a vacant spot for a delivery driver (and cleaning in the kitchen). I have an interview tonight.. so what should i put on a resume? Thanks.
I am 46 years old and been a commercial delivery/truck driver for 25 years, and its now time to find a job that is not so in the public eye(like in an office or cubical or away from lots of people doing customer service as Ive been doing). Where do I explore and "expand my mind" to think out of the box of the career I have boxed myself into for these last 25 years?
Or doing work that you might normally associate with being done by regular american citizens or legal residents...like delivery truck drivers? I see a lot of signs that this might be going on, but of course, I have no proof. But theoretically speaking, once the illegal gets his false social security number, and states drivers license, he can literally apply for any job that does not require him to communicate with customers. A furniture delivery truck crew of 3 workers may have one person who speaks some english but the other 2 need not speak it at all, and certainly a road construction crew needs no english skills at all.
My younger brother wants to apply for the job but we can't find any posted earnings or wages so that he can determine if it will be worth it. We know they give you a company truck to drive and gas but that's about all we know. Oh and it will be local parts delivery to local auto shops.
I work at my local papa romanos as a delivery boy. a lot of people have said it'll ruin your car, and i really dont want that to happen. but i enjoy delivering pizzas (driving around for cash? hell yeah!). does anyone have any good tips on preventing my vehicle from being damaged by this job? what should i do to maintain it?
Hi there i am planning to start small business of food delivery, can any one help me in guiding doos & donts. Also how should i set up an agreement with these restaurants & what margin of GP you would look at these kind of business. I have few contacts already,,, should i also need to make my web site just for marketing pourpose. If anyone has details please email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am desperate and I am tired of hanging around the house all day. I want to save money and eventually pay down my debt and start paying off my student loan. I am going to apply for a job at McDonalds because I need something to do. Should I leave off my college degree on the application?
I have tried everything. I am competing with people with 15 years of experience and several Master's degrees. Nobody wants my fresh-out-of-college butt.
How many of workers or employed individuals in the past or present truly enjoyed your jobs? Why?
Assuming their hiring me implies training and getting my class B license. I get the sense it's a job with a lot of turnover because all the tow companies I've seen run ads constantly looking for employees. My previous job was a delivery driver for bank. I don't drink, smoke, or go out, have a family, would always be on time, don't have road rage, want to learn and work hard.
The only problem might be that I do not want to be a tow truck driver my entire life, it's just one step on my goal to become a 4X4 auto restorer. See, I'll need to be able to own and drive a flatbed tow truck in order to pick up the many broken down 4X4's I'll be restoring. Unless... I should concentrate on the restoring and hire out for the delivery of the trucks.
Will Google's research into driverless vehicles lead to job loss or reduction in pay to local truck drivers or delivery drivers like UPS or Fedex? These are good well paying jobs that people are proud to call a career. It seems as if automation is on the brink of killing off more middle class jobs. I just hope it doesnt happen in the 30 yrs. or so that I left to work!
I am a pizza hut delivery driver, but I am wondering if there is a delivery job or other job that one can make acceptable tips working at? thanks for your help and time.
My parents aren't exactly the most educated in the ways of moving, so I was wondering, how can I move to New York City, when I don't have a job to go to, and no money to rent an apartment?
I am interested to be a delivery driver for fedex ground,but want somebody who know or who works or used to there to tell me whats the job looks like,when it starts and ends(what time),how the drivers knows where they are supposed to deliver their packages(are they drive same route every day)and what is the pay rate and how i can apply or find out if anyone looking for driver)maybe should call local terminal and ask for open positions?)
I live in Auburn, WA and would like a job with local routes. I am a class A CDL Driver.
Im 18yrs old, and its always been a dream of mine to be able to see the country, i wanted to know if there was anywhere that would hire a 18yr old for a over the road truck driver?
I've been Driving delivery truck and big rigs for over 18 years. I'm tired of going otr. Is there a local company in Nevada that is looking for an experienced driver? I'd like to be home every night. Thanks in advance for any career advice you might have.
I have been offered a job as a pizza delIvery driver but I need to insure my car with business insurance I have tried everywhere but know one does it please Help x
Was thinking about moving over there from Miami, Florida but I want to make sure I won't have a hard time finding employment. How much money do they make, on average?
I'm inquiring on behalf of my husband who has a class A CDL. He currently works for USPS and we were thinking of moving from Miami to Colorado, but I wasn't sure if he could get a job there. He's open-minded as to what type of work he'd do as long as he can make at least a modest income.