If you can live on a small paycheck but need health care benefits, this is right up your alley. This is a great job for retirees that only need health insurance. It is very hard work though. I hope your have a strong back and shoulders to pull the heavy freight cans. They basically pick your vacation dates for you. If you have children or grandchildren, forget taking any time off when they are out of school. My hours vary depending on my route that night. It would be impossible to have a second job because you do not have a set route or schedule. One day you may work 4 hours. The next day it could be 10. You are expected in sleet, snow, and ice. You cannot support a family on the pay. A second income of some kind is needed. If you want to become a CDL Driver, you have to pay your dues first, you must be a package handler for a minimum of one year first. If you are a hard worker and dependable they will help you get your CDL and pay for the training. Like anything else, there's pros and cons, depending on your needs.
Will help you get your CDL and pay for training. Benefits for PT
Hours and routes vary. No vacation with kids