The job itself is okay, but it is very physically enduring, and puts a lot of strain on your body. You are expected to know how to stack correctly and are not allowed mess ups. If you are not quick enough, you will be written up due to your lack of speed.
As for training, you basically train yourself versus someone else actually training you on what to do - which is something that should NOT happen. The pay is too low and you start at $11.50 for Day-Evenings and $11.70 for Midnight-Sunrise, but if you ask me the pay should be a lot higher for both sorts. Especially, since you work yourself to the bone for all the physical work you do.
Management is....well..lazy. While it varies on your manager - some managers will just sit there and watch you struggle while you're in a truck and not help at all; some, however, will help and it makes a huge difference in the end.
Overall, I would not suggest FedEx at all to even my worst enemy. You could graduate from college and have a degree under your belt, but according to FedEx - it doesn't matter, they won't pay you or give you anymore than what you went to school for.
This job is basically a job while in college, not a job if you've graduated from a 4-year university. I give most people 2 months, tops.
Sometimes it can be enjoyable due to the people.
Pay is too low and it is very taxing on your body.