UPS (UPS) is ramping up its seasonal help and has plans to hire about 100,000 seasonal employees to keep up with the anticipated demand for package deliveries from November to January 2020.

“We expect another record Peak season this year, with daily package deliveries nearly doubling compared to our average of 20 million per day,” Jim Barber, CEO at UPS said in a statement. “In order to make that happen, once again we’re recruiting about 100,000 people for some of the country’s best seasonal jobs.”

The jobs available at UPS will be offered as full- and part-time seasonal positions in the areas of package handlers, drivers, and driver helpers. The company said these positions are often an “entry point” for many employees to take on a permanent role with UPS.

As a perk to eligible seasonal employees, UPS offers up to $1,300 towards college expenses through its Earn and Learn program on top of the hourly pay and three months of continuous employment with the company.

Shares of UPS stock were up 1.21 percent as of 3:53 p.m. ET on Monday.

This image shows a UPS truck in Glendale, California, July 22, 2010. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images