I'm 27 with 3 years experience at FedEx and 5 years LTL experience 6 years CDL experience. I'm considering a move to UPSF. Currently I work Monday-Friday night starting at 1930 and getting off around 0800. I make roughly $2k a week before tax. The big reason I'm considering changing carriers is mainly due to the poor health insurance. We had our first kid 2 years ago and had to pay over $10k in medical expenses. We are wanting to have more but are looking for better health insurance. I realize I'll take a 20 cent pay cut going to UPSF but from what I read on the health insurance it is far better. This year we already maxed out our FSA from regular doctor visits. Where the job listing is just happens to be within a half-hour of where most of my family lives so that's a pretty huge bonus considering I moved away to get started in trucking and have never found a job closer back (we live 8 hours away from my family and 6 hours away from my wife's). I noticed one job listing for a Full-Time Road Driver working Sunrise shift (0600-1200) which I assume would mean my start time is somewhere in that range. What should I expect? Currently I drive 265 miles to a hub then sit for 2 hours getting paid delay then turn around and come back. I've read that UPSF requires dock work which I could handle especially if it is truly a day run which leads to my next question. Why is there a opening to fill a day run with someone off the streets? At FedEx you have to work many years out of the same center/yard to get a day run. Are layoffs common over the winter months? I've been reading many reviews from (ex)employees off of job listing sites and there are a significant number who only like the job for the paycheck due to poor management and according to some unethical behavior from management towards driver (discrimination, yelling, lack of respect towards drivers, etc.) is any of this true? Is there something I'm not noticing that stands out to any of you on these types of job openings? I also noticed Sleeper opportunities are available can someone explain what that would entail? Thanks for your responses in advance.