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WHAT'S NOT A REASONABLE SALARY FOR A DELIVERY DRIVER?!

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WHAT'S NOT A REASONABLE SALARY FOR A DELIVERY DRIVER?! As a delivery driver many people often wonder how much a delivery driver gets paid. Also, many people wonder how much is a fair salary for a delivery driver. How much a delivery driver is paid does depend on the route and what they are actually doing. In this video i will tell you what a responsible delivery drivers salary and what to expect. If you enjoy this video smash that LIKE and SUBSCRIBE BUTTON! INSTAGRAM -https://www.instagram.com/cthompson1135/ TWITTER -https://twitter.com/CThompson1135
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Legendary_rooky (2 months ago)
At ups, $1680 a week 10 hr days 135 to 140 deliveries. Weekends off.
eric jones (3 months ago)
All depends on cost of living, if u deliver in Cali u will make upwards of 1500 gross vs okc will bring 700 or 800 gross (weekly)
Noe Ruiz (4 months ago)
Obviously after 8hrs you get time and half. Question. Does Fedex care if you do OT? Is it restricted Or encouraged?
Kevin Briner (4 months ago)
Did that ever go hourly at Fed-Ex or are they still dangling the carrot.
anthony ritter (30 days ago)
express you get hourly. ground its up to the contractor. some pay hourly, some pay per stop, some pay per day.
CThompsonTv (4 months ago)
Dangling the carrot lol
jasmine ervin (4 months ago)
I'm trying to get into fedex there are lots of opportunities where I live and I watched ur video on pay rates for routes how do I get and accept the offers for the weeks Work? Can u specify how your schedule is obtained or how you controll it.Thanks
Ryan Sorrell (5 months ago)
I get paid $1200 A week and only work 10 hour days. However I'm a freight FedEx driver not ground or express. Plus I only have about 15-20 stops a day. You get paid a lot more if you have a CDL and drive the big 18 wheelers. If I wanted to I could do my route which takes me 8-10 hours and then work the dock for 2 hours and I would make about $1500 A week. My hourly rate is $21/hour and anything over 8hours a day is over time which gives me a little over $30 an hour. As a truck driver we are only allowed 70 hours a week. Now if you are road driver for FedEx you will make about $300-$400 A day and you work however long it takes you to make the trip for example my warehouse is located in Schertz Texas and a road driver will drive to Dallas and back. The whole trip takes about 9 hours driving and about an hour of yard time plus your 30 min break. That one pays about $350. Plus if you want you can work the dock too for extra money as long as you don't go over 14 hours of on duty time. We have drivers who make about $120,000 A year doing this. The ground guys and express guys work way too hard for too little of pay.
DuhGreaT (4 months ago)
Ryan Sorrell work for ups man better than fedex
James Johnson (6 months ago)
Lol bro Chick-fil-A is on point
CThompsonTv (6 months ago)
+James Johnson it's the best man
Dale Owen (6 months ago)
i was making $1,000-1,300 a week. usually 100-150 stops
Subjective Object (5 days ago)
Dale Owen What kind of delivery??
Natural_ GrowLife (7 months ago)
I do 90-120 stops a day and average 200-275 a day, of course Im in my own truck and pay all my expenses.
darwin047 (4 months ago)
Natural_ Grow how can I get my own route?
Rima SINGLEinNY (7 months ago)
I just came across your video randomly.Are you Fed Ex ground? I never understood really how they work and pay.I'm Express in NYC so our situation is different
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
+Rima SINGLEinNY Ha for sure. Stay safe as well
Rima SINGLEinNY (7 months ago)
CThompsonTv ok cool, cause we have the same amount of work but our set up is different.Be safe,and our season is coming!!!lol
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
+Rima SINGLEinNY yes, I am.
Jr’s Daily Vlogs (7 months ago)
$500 Is A Route With Atleast 60-80 Stops , Plus If You Do Apartments And Buisnesses I Won’t Do It . If It Was Just Houses With 60-80 I Say It’s Good .
John Barker (7 months ago)
When you mention the pay rate of 700; are you referring to after tax or before it?
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
+John Barker before, but that's when someone is starting out
Scott D (7 months ago)
3:38 Wish I had those finger-snapping skills for real!
Tray Maxie (7 months ago)
Yeah $500 is super low I work at FedEx as well and I got $500 just to ride and help and train I get up to $950 to run my route if I hit all the bonuses and if I don't I get $800 flat rate
Erick Castillo (7 months ago)
I was getting about 560-580 a week. Full time. 10 hours a day. And they would still call me to do other stops/pickups for other contractors... so I quit.
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
+Erick Castillo wow. That's an insult dude.
Megan Reeder (7 months ago)
They promised me a raise at 30 days and a raise at 90 days and then yearly.. Now I feel played. I'm only making $550. :(
Shinryu101 (7 months ago)
Megan Reeder what location you at? Where I'm potentially going to work says $15hr for 30days then up to $18.75 after. Paid every 2weeks with 401k + benefits
Megan Reeder (7 months ago)
But I still feel like I should be making more. Regular warehouse jobs are paying 15/hr. I'm only making 13.75
Megan Reeder (7 months ago)
alan4657 it's before OT.. we are hourly but never get paid for less than 40
alan4657 (7 months ago)
Megan Reeder is that 550 including ot? if yes, find another company. thats nuts. unless in your local economy that $550 a week is good. then I would see what else is out there. are you hourly or salary? if salary then that's doubly dumb. Lol if your good, you should be paid for that. this isn't a easy job. IMHO... of course. I don't know your personal situation.
Megan Reeder (7 months ago)
CThompsonTv yeah, well we get OT too, still too low??
chad mancini (7 months ago)
i like your vids. i to work for fedex out here in seattle. any tips on getting to know your route better. i am averaging about 15 deliveries an hour. I am still new and only my 4th day by myself. i feel flat on my face today i had 90 deliveries and did half of it before i had to call for help. my boss gave me a van and basically put 100 plus packages in there unorganized. i am having to spend like 5-10 per stop digging around in the van trying to find my package. there is no shelves in there. my actual truck has not arrived yet and vans are all thats available for right now. Our peak season is getting closer and i want to be prepared. i think maybe a blown up map of my area will probably be helpful. i mean i know my area pretty good but still struggle with finding addresses and streets. oh and 500 dollars for a route nope not me i make way more than that per week. you know just as well as i do some days are bad real bad no way i am doing a route for 500 bucks.
Kevin Briner (4 months ago)
chad mancini I had the same issue.
John Barker (7 months ago)
When I worked ground my truck was a nightmare to find things. the best solution is to arrive like an hour early and sort it out. I also have a sharpie where I put the sequence number on the sides of the box to find it easier when im out doing my route. A giant "485" or whatever helps alot when your trying to find stuff :p. If your home delivery when I switched too recently generally you come in earlier. To give an example of what I do is this. If I have a total of like 650 in my squence numbers I will put anything 400 and above on my truck scanned. All other numbers I oraganize into piles outside of the truck itself. I then organize what is in my truck and then the stuff outside. Thats the easiest way I personally found to do it.
alan4657 (7 months ago)
chad mancini show up early and organize your truck. know where your stops roughly are before you leave. When you get your new truck, take the time to re-vision the truck to how you want to run your route. If you have a half decent loader then half of the organization will be done for you. Sequence your route so you can just run off the scanner most of the time. I would have the 2k shelf be most of my first stops. then I would knock out one area at a time. I devided my route into 6 or 7 sections. once I was done with the 2k shelf I would sometimes move the packages down from the next section down to the 2k shelf. that way my next stop was usually right next to the door(there are exceptions of course). hopefully that made sense. but for the love of Pete, be safe and don't speed. if you run, be safe and look a head and know what your about to step on/in. it gets really dark really soon here in Seattle and it's the time for constant drizzle/downpours. make sure your truck is safe. make sure the wipers are good, lights work, tires aren't bald. you can be the fastest at delivery, but one mistake can be a life changer. Be careful of hills and wet roads here. as your truck gets lighter going on in the day your back wheels in these trucks can lock up and push you down hill further then planed.
Erick Castillo (7 months ago)
Run, i did that all the time. also, show up earlier to work and organize your truck from the first stops to last. it helps. hopefully you get your truck by peak or else is going to suck!
Scott D (7 months ago)
You know the thing that actually slows me down the most is these slow POS scanners we have. They used to work so fast three years ago when I first started now I’m stuck just waiting in my truck for it to process a stop when back in the day I would’ve already been at someone’s door by the time the info loads up on the damn thing. 😤 if Fedex wants to make an assload of moolah off me then give me a faster scanner that can keep up with me PUH-LEEZ!!
alan4657 (7 months ago)
I was making $850 a week 110+/- stops a day, 10 hour minimum days. just fyi.
Brad Boisvert (21 days ago)
Truth Seeker 92 is that take home pay after taxes because I'm a UPS delivery driver and yeah I can gross $2100 a week but take home in between $1200-1400 and obviously make $2000 plus during peak due to all that O.T. Feeders is for sure my goal to get to at UPS
Truth Seeker 92 (1 month ago)
At UPS the delivery drivers make 2k plus a week. I'm a feeder driver for UPS and an average full timer that works feeders makes $3000 plus a week.
Yared Chanyalew (2 months ago)
They're paying me $1.25 per stop. I had a choice to work for another contractor for a daily flat fee of 150$. Which one u think better? Per stop pay or salary
Dear Vrenezi (2 months ago)
alan4657 I work FedEx home deliver. About 80 stops a day and 200 packages. Home by 3-4 everyday. Though I work saturdays. But only till about 1. Make 900 a week and still have a life after work. I was a ups driver and FedEx is much better.
SoHarD2BeKiiLLeD (7 months ago)
I️ get paid $950 a week 130+ stops! My route is mostly all businesses... I️ leave the terminal at 8:30am and usually return around 5:45pm. I️ have weekends off
Dan Lacker (7 months ago)
By me they advertise $800 a week for ground and home delivery.
Dan Lacker (7 months ago)
I️ mean I️ see some Home delivery get back at noon.
Scott D (7 months ago)
I’m Hd I never get back by noon I do way too many stops for that
Chuck R (7 months ago)
Dan Lacker I’m so glad this issue isn’t just me lol
powpowking1209 (7 months ago)
Damn wish I would’ve seen this before I accepted it.. I start the 14th, if I don’t like it my other job already said they would let me come back lol.
Scott D (7 months ago)
2:41 Kind of cold? If I came down to visit I’d be in summer wear so you’re not crazy
Scott D (7 months ago)
RTM Dustin You, me, two scanners and a p1000 and we can rule the world my man... or a 1200
RTM Dustin (7 months ago)
Come down here and help me :p pinched a nerve in my back saturday and now i have a helper for the week >_>
Scott D (7 months ago)
CThompsonTv 😎👍📦❄️⛄️
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
+Scott D I don't doubt that
The Biohazard75 (7 months ago)
Hey!
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
+The Biohazard75 aye!
NICOLAS SYMEOU (7 months ago)
Take my road test tomorrow any advice
Scott D (7 months ago)
NICOLAS SYMEOU Of course you did good luck with the deliveries it’s a steep learning curve but when you get the hang of it it’s easy
NICOLAS SYMEOU (7 months ago)
Update I took it and............I passed thanks guys it really helped I remembered what you guys said and it helped out
Scott D (7 months ago)
NICOLAS SYMEOU How’d you do?
Scott D (7 months ago)
NsG Watts I know! I’m always getting after my guy about that! Seatbelts, Chris 😉
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
+NsG Watts 😂 truth
Matthew Singleton (7 months ago)
Chick-fil-A is life! Love there breakfast too
Dan Lacker (7 months ago)
Chicken egg and cheese biscuit. A little ethical dilemma tho but totally worth it
Matthew Singleton (7 months ago)
CThompsonTv can't go wrong with it. Its all good. Vanilla ice coffee is on point too
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
+Matthew Singleton I haven't tried their breakfast yet
Kirby Hennigar (7 months ago)
I do a route that consists of anywhere from 80-120+ stops a day and am compensated well for it. Love your vids btw keep em coming bro :-)
darwin047 (4 months ago)
Kirby Hennigar what is "well"?
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
+Kirby Hennigar Thanks man!
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
WHERE IS THE NOTIFICATION SQUAD?! LETS GO!
David coward (7 months ago)
CThompsonTv hey I'm 18 years old and I work at Walmart but that's not enough. I'm a full-time college student and I work at Walmart full time. I woukd like to work with FedEx express however I've been told not to do ground but to do HD but whenever I try to apply online it doesn't show up. I know people do it and it's the holidays so I know their hiring. Any advice on how I should go about the application process?
Shinryu101 (7 months ago)
I like the vlogs like that keep them coming!
Shinryu101 (7 months ago)
Positivity Let's Go!!
Scott D (7 months ago)
CThompsonTv #CTHOMPSONCLAN