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    Hey all,
    I'm on my gap year, currently working part time in retail in the day, but would like more hours which are not available, so have recently been looking at night shift jobs..

    One I came across last night was ' UPS Package Handler (London)' - 5.30 til 9.30 or 9.30 til 2.00AM.

    I'm considering applying, I know its all gonna be manual work but I'd like to earn abit more money towards uni and i'm bored out of my head atm.

    So yeah does anyone know about this job/working in this role.

    Cheers
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    (Original post by Nayberay)
    Hey all,
    I'm on my gap year, currently working part time in retail in the day, but would like more hours which are not available, so have recently been looking at night shift jobs..

    One I came across last night was ' UPS Package Handler (London)' - 5.30 til 9.30 or 9.30 til 2.00AM.

    I'm considering applying, I know its all gonna be manual work but I'd like to earn abit more money towards uni and i'm bored out of my head atm.

    So yeah does anyone know about this job/working in this role.

    Cheers
    this is what i imagine,they give you a van full of parcels to deliver then you drive from HQ and deliver.
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    (Original post by ch0wm4n)
    this is what i imagine,they give you a van full of parcels to deliver then you drive from HQ and deliver.
    I doubt it.
    Should be just sorting/scanning packages at the depot.
    I've done it as a Christmas Casual for Royal Mail, really depends on the people your working with.
    It can get boring, although 4 hours isn't too bad, especially with an iPod.

    Probably be mostly male though.
 
 
 
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