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How much does a UPS driver earn?

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As of 2014, a UPS driver makes an average of $70,045. However, at the lower end of the pay scale, some earn about $50,000. At the higher end of this pay scale, some drivers make $88,000.

Salary ranges for UPS drivers vary depending on geographical areas. The work of a UPS driver entails driving trucks and delivering packages. UPS drivers go through a training program. Drivers must pass a series of written exams and driving tests.

UPS drivers also are unionized. In addition to high pay, UPS drivers also get attractive perks. UPS provides its workers with benefits that include compensation plans, health benefits, tuition assistance plans and discounted stock purchase plans.


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