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

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.
I have more job security than most. Although I may be paid less than others in my region, I am earning a pension that many others in the region will not enjoy.
Customer Service Supervisor in San Jose:
Pros: The diversity of work enviornments
Cons: Fellow supervisors are not always good team players.
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.
Management doesn’t care about its employees, most managers and supervisors are bullies who on a power trip. It’s not what you know that gets you promoted’ but who you blow.
Heavy / Tractor-Trailer Truck Driver in Las Vegas:
Pros: I get to go home at end of shift
Cons: Management and Supervisors. No advancement unless your on your managers team . Good old boy out fit
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
United States Postal Worker (Carrier):
Pros: Interacting with the public.
Cons: Mandatory overtime and long hrs.
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 .