How to Be a Courier Contractor

If the occupation of courier is in your future, you may be able to design your own business if you decide to become a contractor in the field. Many couriers are independent contractors who use personal vehicles such as bicycles and vans to make deliveries, working to...

Travel as an Air Courier

Travel as an Air Courier. Here is some information to see if traveling as an AIR COURIER is for you! One of the biggest points of confusion I have to explain is that traveling as an air courier is NOT a job you get paid for. Independent Air Couriers get to travel at a...

How Do Courier Companies Work?

You can begin a courier company relatively affordably. All you need is reliable transportation and some initial accounts. You may need to purchase a larger vehicle as your volume of business increases. You will need a commercial driver’s license if your vehicle...

Courier Messenger Summary

Are you considering becoming a Courier Messenger? Here are the latest Labor Statistics, Summary as of March of 2012 by the Bureau of Labor? Quick Facts: Couriers and Messengers 2010 Median Pay $24,080 per year $11.58 per hour Entry-Level Education High school diploma...

About Courier Delivery

From the Royal Post of 15th-century England to the 19th-century American Pony Express, courier services have transported essential messages, goods and supplies. Modern-day courier services have the benefit of technology to make faster deliveries and keep track of...

Independent Courier Jobs

That special delivery you anxiously await on your birthday has a good chance of being delivered by an independent courier. These contractors deliver packages and documents for individuals, businesses and government agencies. An independently contracted courier...