USPS, short for United States Postal Service, is a postal service provider in the United States. As an independent agency of the United States federal government, Postal Service provides secure, reliable, affordable delivery of mail and packages to every address in America, its territories and military installations worldwide while receives NO tax dollars for operating expenses. Serving all Americans in types of First-Class Mail, Standard Mail, Shipping and Package Services, Periodicals, Post Office, U.S.Mail plays an important role in American economy development.
Minimum age to work at USPS is 18 years old. (16 years old for applicant who has a high school diploma)
Mon - Fri: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Hours for particular services may vary. To see a complete list of hours and services, visit the official site.
6.17 million (79% career and 21% non-career)
Full-time, Part-time, Contract, Temporary
According to The EMA Mailing Industry Job Study, 2015, USPS created more than 7.5 million jobs and more than $1.4 trillion in revenue attributed to the mailing industry. As the second largest employer in the United States, USPS provides a large variety of job types from first class to challenging careers in a diverse workplace with nationwide opportunities serving the public.
City Carrier Assistant, Rural Carrier Associate, City Letter Carrier, Mail Carrier, Causal Mail Handler, Mail Processing Clerk, Mail Handler Assistant, Mail Handler, Regular Rural Carrier, Sub Rural Carrier, Postmaster Relief, Distribution Clerk, Supervisor Customer Service, Transitional Employee, Postal Clerk, Postal Support Employee, Mail Clerk, City Carrier, Rural Mail Carrier, Electronic Technician, Purchasing and Supply Management Specialist, Sales and Service Associate, Post Office Clerk, etc.
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In order to help its employees live a better life, USPS spares no efforts to build itself a company where its associates can enjoy not only a positive work environment full of team variety, training, and ways to move up but also good pay including but not limited to competitive salaries and premium benefits.
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Apply Online. Visit http://about.usps.com/careers to find detailed information about working at USPS where you can select your apply for jobs divided by career area including students and graduates, corporate, delivery and operations, military and veterans.
Just like its fast-pace, challenging but rewarding work environment, USPS is a company supporting and encouraging its employees to make continuous self-improvements and contributions to the company. Interviewees who show their willingness to serve others and ambition to make advancements will give interviewers positive impressions.