Well, I have an upcoming interview with Sysco out of Cleveland (union) and hopefully a pending job offer. As of now, I work for a paper and packaging distribution company making 10 to 25 stops a day with partial breaking down of pallets and hand unloading and partially pulling a pallet or two off and checking it without touching the freight. Usually I work between 55 and 60 hours a week and was grossing $1200 weekly. However, we were informed of a major pay cut and I will now be making around $200 to $250 less per week working the same hours. Should I take the risk with Sysco for the future ? Im 29 and in good shape but I have a large mortgage payment and very little expendable income. If anyone can honestly answer these few questions it would greatly help. 1. The pay at Sysco starts at $18.10 hourly, is this standard or low ? 2. What are the average first year earnings for a casual driver and what do top Sysco drivers make ? 3. How often do you work weekends and do you ever get off 2 consecutive days ? 4. How are the benefits as a whole ?