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But, I think the American worker must take come of the blame here. Why does a UPS driver need to make $60,000 a year? Why do autoworkers make big wages to work on an assembly line? Why do clerical workers make $35,000 a year. All of these + benefits.
Originally posted by mrmulder
I agree with Bout Time. I'm a Software Analyst and I'm making far too little money. As an employee in the computer industry I would've expected my salary to be at least $45,000. Except I'm only making $30,000. That's rediculous that a UPS worker is making three times as much as me when in fact it should be the other way around. I've always believed that "Computers are the future." That's why I'm in it.
Originally posted by Todeskopf
I've been working for UPS for 10 years and the best I've ever made is $35,000 in one year....I can think of one person that I know that made $60,000 and he routinely worked from 7am to 7pm, and he had been with the company almost 30 years, and believe me people, it aint easy work, I walk on average 4-5 miles a day in and out of that truck come rain, sleet, or snow...dont believe everything that you read....UPS drivers DO NOT make $30 an hour