UPS is hiring 10,000 workers across Southern California

UPS delivery truck outside a store. (United Parcel Service)

UPS is hiring 10,000 seasonal workers in Southern California ahead of the holiday season.

Both part-time and full-time seasonal positions are available, with the majority of roles being delivery drivers, package handlers, and commercial driver’s license drivers.

The company said about 80 percent of available roles do not require an interview. UPS said the online application process will take less than 20 minutes for most people from start to final job offer.

For package handlers and driver assistants, hourly wages start at $21 per hour. Driving jobs will start at $23 an hour.

On Tuesday, the delivery company announced it would hire more than 100,000 seasonal workers across the country ahead of the holiday rush. There are a variety of shifts available for seasonal workers.

The company said there are also permanent positions available in some areas for those who apply early.

According to UPS, “In fact, nearly 50,000 seasonal workers have earned permanent positions over the past two years.”

Positions will provide benefits such as health care, retirement benefits, education/tuition assistance and more.

The company’s Earn & Learn program offers eligible employees the opportunity to earn up to $25,000 toward college tuition and expenses.

“The best talent provides the best service. That’s why we’re proud to offer industry-leading wages for UPS’s part-time, full-time and seasonal employees,” said Nando Cesarone, UPS executive vice president and president of U.S. operations. “We look forward to delivering another groundbreaking timely performance this holiday season and helping thousands of workers jump-start their UPS careers in the process.”

People interested in applying can visit to search for jobs in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties.

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