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I’m an Amazon delivery driver and people need to stop complaining that we’re late… They couldn’t get the job done

IF you are interested in ordering online, you are probably frustrated when a package has not arrived on time.

But have you ever thought about the hectic life of a delivery driver?

Amazon delivery driver Jaylen Miller from the US shared a video on TikTok documenting what it's really like to work for the online retailer

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Amazon delivery driver Jaylen Miller from the US shared a video on TikTok documenting what it’s really like to work for the online retailerPhoto credit: TikTok/@j4ftp_
The Amazon employee revealed that he delivers over 200 packages every day

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The Amazon employee revealed that he delivers over 200 packages every dayPhoto credit: TikTok/@j4ftp_

Delivery drivers have to deliver hundreds of packages across the country every day – and with traffic and road detours, it’s not always as easy as it might seem.

Not to mention the time and effort that goes into loading and organizing the packages before delivery can even begin.

Amazon delivery driver Jaylen Miller, who is from the US, posted a Video to TikTok to document what it’s really like to work for the online retailer.

He first explains that his shift starts at 12pm, then he gets a message telling him how many packages he expects to deliver.

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In a short clip from the warehouse, he shows his followers the hundreds of packages waiting to go to their new homes.

“I have to pack it all in this iddy biddy van,” he notes.

After completing the arduous task, he continues: “I’ve got everything in here, now all I have to do is organize the packages…222 packages to be exact.”

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Moments later, he moves his camera to show another Amazon delivery man who has just arrived at the warehouse.

“I thought I had a bad job…we have another victim!” Jaylen jokes.

He then explains how he organized some of the packages in his van, but not all.

“I just have to deliver, then I’ll take care of the organization again,” he continues.

When 88 remain, he can be seen running to and from houses to finally end his day.

The post, which amassed over 393,000 likes, was inundated with comments.

“I appreciate you, young king,” praised one

A second gushed, “Thanks for your service,” while a third added, “Thanks for the delivery!”

A fourth wrote: “Yeah, I feel bad for thinking like this, ‘They said it would be here at 6am, it’s 7:30am.’ I’m sorry.”

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Elsewhere, another commented, “With everything always so readily accessible these days, it’s easy to forget it’s actually people moving the package…thanks for sharing this!!”

Another quipped: “You all know I won’t be mad if you’re ever 3 days late again, props to you all.”

The TikTok user shared a snapshot of all orders awaiting delivery

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The TikTok user shared a snapshot of all orders awaiting deliveryPhoto credit: TikTok/@j4ftp_

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/18122431/amazon-delivery-driver-hand-out-over-200-parcels/ I’m an Amazon delivery driver and people need to stop complaining that we’re late… They couldn’t get the job done

Dais Johnston

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