Couriers have been around since ancient times, starting out in ancient Greece as foot messengers who physically ran from place to place to deliver an important message. In modern times, couriers have evolved to become workers who work to quickly and safely deliver envelopes and packages to destinations by air, sea, and car. The courier profession is quickly growing with opportunities to work around the world. In the United States, the most common companies to work for as a Courier include DHL, FedEx, and UPS.
Work for a courier is fast-paced and focused on the security of the item being delivered. They are constantly on the move, working to deliver each package in a timely manner to the correct location. As a courier, you must be responsible and manage your time well. Couriers are required to have a valid Driver’s License to pilot the on-ground delivery vans. Some companies do employ unlicensed couriers for local deliveries via bicycle.