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The United States Postal Service (USPS; also known as the Post Office, U.S. Mail, or Postal Service) is an independent agency of the executive branch of the United States federal government responsible for providing postal service in the United States, including its insular areas and associated states. It is one of the few government agencies explicitly authorized by the United States Constitution


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Current Contractor - Anonymous Contractor says

"I have been working at US Postal Service Cons: Be prepared to work your butt of and no benefits until you become regular. And that depends on were your post office is it could be 1 year or 4 years."

Current Employee - CITY LETTER CARRIER says

"I have been working at US Postal Service full-time for more than 10 years Cons: Postal management only cares about the numbers and are very arrogant. When working for USPS always best too think of long term or just use them as temp work."


"I have been working at US Postal Service Cons: I feel they can start out with more pay. The cost of living is high and the pay should reflect that."

Former Employee - Rural Carrier Associate says

"I worked at US Postal Service part-time for less than a year Cons: About everything about working as a Rural Carrier Associate can be filed under the con column. The regular carrier I was paired with often intimidated me by constantly telling me I would be fired for not working fast enough. When I complained to management, instead of being assigned another route, my regular just became more petty (refusing to communicate anything to me, such as changing his day off or him going to the trainer to complain I wasn't doing stuff I shouldn't be doing in the first place). I'd often be told that if I would come back late from my route, to call it in for assistance, but I'd also be told that I'm the help so don't expect anyone to come out. I worked there for 7 months with only one guaranteed shift a week, but was expected to be on call the other five days the post office was open. I had one restroom stop on my route, which meant I would drive for 50 miles with only one bathroom break. It was hard to stay hydrated with that kind of working condition. As much as I really wanted a career with the USPS, and I had wanted to work there as a kid, it ended up eating my savings and the environment left me completely miserable."

Former Contractor - Anonymous Contractor says

"I worked at US Postal Service Cons: High turnover because you have no dedicated shift or hours, I worked overnight hours mostly, but hours and days change constantly/ daily. As a result, difficult to plan a life outside of the post office. You load and on-load heavy mail equipment from your truck/trailer with no help."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at US Postal Service part-time Cons: Long hours, hard work, you can get sore hands/fingers, always short staffed so you work 6 days a week and are hardly ever allowed to take your PTO."

Former Employee - Clerk says

"I worked at US Postal Service full-time for more than 5 years Cons: the business is failing. always talk of closures, very hard to become a regular from a pse it took me 5 years. mismanagement and the union doesn't to much care for certain things that are destroying tge post office"

Current Employee - Mail Clerk says

"I have been working at US Postal Service full-time for more than 8 years Cons: Horrible work hours and members of management try to treat you like crap"

Current Employee - CCA says

"I have been working at US Postal Service full-time for more than a year Cons: If you do get in trouble there's a chance you'll be removed which means being fired however the union will fight for you and in approximately 2 to 4 weeks you will likely get your job back it's happened to me once and it was ridiculous that they fired me rather than warning me. Working Saturday is a grind as a CCA. you work every single Saturday. The regular career letter carriers get a rolling day off the changes each week so they do actually get Saturdays off the CCA's do not have a regular day off schedule it's solely at management's discretion. Mail volume down wave of the future is parcels and possibly Sunday delivery currently there is an Amazon delivery on Sunday"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at US Postal Service full-time for more than a year Cons: If working weekends is a big deal than the post office may not be the job for some, because you work Saturdays. In larger offices may have to work Sundays for the volume of mail they get is large."

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