Cargo jobs are still very hard to get. Air Net airlines you need 500 total time with a commercial rating to even have a shot at making $16,000 a year flying Cessna 208.
I dislike Delta Flight Academy very much. Seems like to much money when you can go to UND get all your ratings for much less and get your minums for some regionals lowered to 500TT! Or ATP flight schools you get everything to your Commercial Multi for $40,000 and than you can get a CFI job with them.
I prefer the UND way or Purdue a college that has connections with airlines. Of course you can only go this way if you are not in college right now which I dont think you are. It very tough to become a commercial pilot and it takes alot of work and dedication. Also it helps when you know people in the airlines like pilots. A CFI I know got a job with Chicago Express with only 850TT. When there minumums are 2500TT. Why? Its because he knew a captain with the airline and he gave him a great reccomendation.
I not sure which way I want to go yet I have another year to decide.
Also you can go to the Air Force for ten years a be paid. Free training. But you have to fly for them for 10 years.
Search this topic you will get alot of results. Also check out Mesa Air Academy another good training program for alot less than DCA
However the first thing I would do is make sure you can pass a class 1 FAA medical. The only thing I not sure about with me is my eyes. I want to make sure I can pass a FAA class one medical to make sure I can get a job with a regional or Major later on.
"It was just four of us on the flight deck, trying to do our job" (Captain Al Haynes)