It's a job, terrible to see other jobs making more with less work and a whole of a lot less risk.
Pros: It's a job
Cons: Risk to your life, Terrible pay for the risk. Management. Easy to get fired.
I worked for 2 different branches at Dunbar. The job is easy, but is physically demanding. You deal with stupid people often, the first branch i worked at had a great group of people, they all cared about each other and watched each others backs, we were pretty much a family. This branch is terrible, everyone is for themselves, they don't help each other and management is terrible, they are on you even if you are 5 stops behind from the previous week. which in turn is a big security risk, because it would be easy to track a truck, but again... all the branch manager cares about is making himself look good. And as far as both branches go, they love to gossip and play favorites.
Lets not forget that you can get fired really easily.
After all the drama and BS, its a job, its a way to make money. But definitely not a career, and definitely not a job if you're in school because you start early and end whenever you are done with the route, so you end up working 10-12 hour shifts... or more.