I was thinking about wearing a suit, but it is a route driver job and is a very physically demanding job.. So maybe like a clean, more work attire/casual outfit.. Maybe khakis and a polo, any ideas?
I work at Pepsi as a route driver, I hand unload and deliver on average 600 cases of product everyday, this also including merchandising product at some stores, it's a very labor intensive job. My short term disability pay is only $250 a week .. So how much work can I expect to miss?
Looking to possibly apply for a job at Schwans food company as a route delivery driver. I heard they work on commision though? Im aware they work long hours but I need to know if its commision or hourly pay before I apply and I feel terrible asking about the pay when I first call up for information.
I am currently a driver at a carquest near my house. i have a child on the way and have been working there for about six months, i think that is enough experience to go out and find another driving job. i was just wondering if when you drive for a company like jays, doritos, wonder bread, etc. does that mean your a independent contractor, a route sales driver, im just not sure. can anyone help me out pls?
Ok so im working as an auto parts delivery driver, eventually i want to get a job as a route driver for a company like cintas, aramark, etc. i have been at my current job for about a month, im not considering quitting, but like anyone else i want to find a better job someday. what would be a good amount of time to wait before i start applying to different jobs. most driving jobs require some sort of previous experience, what would u guys recommend?
In general, would it be best for me to get a trucking job across country or a taxi cab driver job? I need to make money and looking for the best route.
I am beginning a new job as a route delivery driver for culligan water. At the end of the day they give me my list of addresses in the route i have for the next day...some are in order of sequence but some are. I want to come home and search all my addresses and plot them on a map in the order i want to stop at them. Is there a place where i can do this?
My friend interviewed for a Frito Lay RSR job and didn't get hired, even though he had lots of experience in retail. For those that work at Frito Lay, what previous job experience did you have? My friend said they asked him if he had any sales experience..... which confused him since the drivers don't really do sales stuff. Any help you could give me on this would be great!
Ok, so i just got a job delivering parts for an auto company. im an ok driver, but ive never driven as a job. what are some good tips, like time saving, and things like that. any tips would be appreciated. tbh im a little nervous, i just want to be really good at this job, so any help would be appreciated.
I hope to be applying for a train driver job. If there are any train drivers out there, could you let me know your role so i have an understanding of the job? I don't just want answers like "I drive trains" A little more detail please. Thanks
I'd like a job that...
- is a desk/ office type job
- does not involve phone calls as a major part of the job (in other words, not a receptionist position)
- does not require/ involve too much math (I am neither good at it nor do I like it)
- does not require more than a 2 year degree
- does not require an out-going personality.
Anyone have any specific ideas or suggestions?
I live in Auburn, WA and would like a job with local routes. I am a class A CDL Driver.
They have a very hard job. Does anyone know how much they make, and is it enough?
What are the start up costs? Do you have to buy a new car? (if you only have a 3 door?)
Do you have to retake a test of some sort?
Anyone been a taxi driver? is it hard job>? alot of people who dont pay? men threatening or even women?
The job entails; loading 40 pound zamboni blades, and various other circular saws, drill bits, tools and equiptment into a 3/4 ton van for delivery around Alberta. The routes can range from 200km to 600kms per day. I'm looking for someone in the know, possibly a UPS driver to let me know what "hourly" wage I should expect for this position. Thanks you.
I have asked around a bit and I get different responses from people. I am working but getting burned out. I have a wife and 3 kids. So if I do this will I ever see them? Or is there a chance I can get a regional route with companies or local routes? Regional is usually home on the weekends, right? Any input would be great full, thank you!
How many of workers or employed individuals in the past or present truly enjoyed your jobs? Why?
I am 17yrs old and have social anxiety and I need a job but I don't know what I could do that won't make me miserable, can anyone help who has the same thing and tell me how you got a job?
Do employers provide stick shift training or would I have to look around for a driving school who does that? I am an experienced driver who thinks that automatics are way too easy.
What about racing schools?
I am 17 and I want a job that involves driving a vehicle. What job can I get where I can do this. Thanks!