SEATTLE — UPS will hire about 2,100 seasonal employees in the Seattle area before the holiday rush.
The company said nearly 80% of the jobs don’t require an interview, and its digital-first process — from filling out an application to getting a job officer — only takes about 25 minutes for most people.
UPS has full- and part-time seasonal positions. Most jobs are seasonal delivery and CDL drivers, package handlers, and driver helpers.
Wages for seasonal package car driver positions start at $24 per hour, and tractor-trailer driver positions begin at $21 per hour.
Permanent jobs also are available in some areas for those who apply early. A full-time UPS package delivery driver makes an average of $95,000 per year. After four years, UPS drivers earn about $42 per hour.
Those interested in a job should apply at jobs-ups.com. If you are a UPS employee, you can refer friends and family for UPS jobs at ups.loop.jobs.
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