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U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Reviews

What is it like working at U.S. Postal Service (USPS)?

It can be hectic when you need help but have no chance of getting any.
Operations Supervisor in Tampa:
Pros: It is what you make it. You can bid on a new job. Overall, the people are good human beings
Cons: Cliques.
Absolutely love my job...
Mail Handler in Santa Barbara:
Pros: Stability
Cons: That being stagnated of not being allowed to transfer. Not being treated with dignity and respect, treated unfairly .
It's fast paced but worth the pay.
Postal Service Clerk in Warrior:
Pros: The pay and benefits
Cons: How much I'm going to have to work when the holidays come around.
These days it has become unbelievable.
United States Postal Worker (Carrier) in Tampa:
Pros: Getting to meet people and interact with people
Cons: Employees working the same job with the same amount of work with two different pay tables.
United States Postal Worker (Carrier):
Pros: Interacting with the public.
Cons: Mandatory overtime and long hrs.
Good job.
Postal Service Clerk in Pittsburgh:
Pros: My office has a good atmosphere to work in
Cons: I’m a non-career employee and I have to wait a minimum of three years to become a career employee
Postal Service Clerk:
Pros: Meeting new people.
Cons: Machines that do not work properly.