How Much do UPS Drivers Make?

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UPS drivers are some of the best paid delivery drivers in the world. They have an annual salary of $70,000 per year or more, and excellent benefits.
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Salary Profile for Ups drivers
Average High Low
Ashburn, VA 20147 $49,000 $59,000 $33,000
National $38,000 $46,000 $26,000
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Being a UPS driver can be fun if you do not like to be behind a desk all day. You can travel on the road and UPS drivers normally make around $15 an hour or more depending on how long they have worked there.
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UPS drivers can make $8.00 an hour all the way up to over $30.00 an hour. It all depends on the skill of the driver and also how long they have worked for the company.
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