Find newspaper delivery route jobs by searching on employment listing sites such as SimplyHired.com, Indeed.com and Monster.com as of 2015. Another option is to check the short-term and long-term employment sections of classifieds sites such as Craigslist.org, though newspaper delivery jobs may vary over time and between locations.Continue Reading
SimplyHired.com offers searches for specific jobs according to title and description keywords within a given geographic location, either as a city and state or ZIP code. Posts regarding newspaper delivery routes may only appear in larger cities, as these typically feature the actual printing plants for the publications.
Indeed.com contains several filtering options to specify jobs that meet certain salary ranges, employment types or those available within a specific company. If a user creates an account with the site, he can apply for some positions directly by uploading a copy of a resume.
Monster.com also features a similar option to upload a resume to a user profile to apply for select positions. Visitors who complete this action can make the resume available to delivery companies and newspaper publishers searching for drivers.
Craigslist.org requires job seekers to choose states and major cities to see posts. Newspaper delivery route jobs appear under either the Jobs or Gigs section, depending on the duration of the engagement.Learn more about Job Search