Working for Federal Express
Jobs with FedEx can be the start of something big. In 2007, FedEx ranked Number 6 in Fortune Magazine's "America's Most Admired Companies" due to the company's competitive benefits and compensation package they offer employees.
FedEx interns carry a lot of weight when it comes to being considered for a full-time position later, and even as an intern, you are treated as a full-time employee, and compensated better than most internship programs. The company hires nearly 120 interns worldwide every year. These are highly coveted positions since, in addition to a monthly salary that ranges between $3,000 and $4,000, FedEx also offers perks such as corporate housing, paid travel expenses and social networking assistance. Over half of the interns are later offered permanent jobs. Try searching for student internships on this great job board.
FedEx was originally founded as Federal Express in 1971. It is the first company of its kind to set off the modern air and ground express industry. With over 290,000 employees across the globe, FedEx ships 7.5 million deliveries a day. It is divided into several different shipping units FedEx operates as FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, FedEx Freight, and since 2004 when FedEx absorbed Kinko's, also operates as FedEx Kinko's to offer customers printing, copying, and other services.
Honored as one of Merck's Neighbor of Choice, FedEx is run based on the idea of corporate responsibility, identifying the needs of a community and responding appropriately to those needs. In 2003, the company began using hybrid electric-diesel vehicles to run FedEx Express around the world. The company advocates for diversity in its workforce, and aims to always have a workplace that reflects the different cultures of the communities it serves.
If you believe you are ready to showcase your unique talents while working for a company that cares about you, as well as the environment and community you come from, then consider applying for FedEx job.
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