Postal Mail Delivery - $21.74 to $38.62/hour
POSTAL MAIL DELIVERY - $21.74 to $38.62/hour
NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED – PAID TRAINING PROVIDED – JOB SECURITY
The Postal Service is the largest government related agency in terms of employees. The Postal Service currently employs nearly 1 million people and is hiring nationwide. There is NO experience required, paid training is provided for all job openings. There are MANY different positions available. The job openings range in starting salary from $21.74 to $38.62/hour, $72,400/year average pay with full benefits. Benefits include medical and dental insurance, paid vacations, paid sick leave, 10 paid holidays, life insurance, and a retirement plan. Postal Service employment also includes career advancement, good working conditions, and GREAT job security.
The Postal Service is the largest government related agency in terms of employees, currently employing nearly 1 million people. There are retail locations, mail distribution centers and Postal hubs within the Postal Service's operations. The Postal Service is currently hiring and there are MANY different positions available. The Postal Service has excellent and challenging employment opportunities. Postal Service employment includes great pay, good working conditions, career advancement, and job security that can lead to a lifetime career. To qualify for employment, you must be 18 years of age or older, have a high school diploma or a GED (NO college required) and be a U.S. citizen (or have a Green card).
Postal Service Mail Delivery operations are wide ranging from delivering mail in a vehicle to mail carriers hand delivering mail to its final destination. Mail Delivery is one of the largest functions of the Postal Service. The Postal Service owns and operates the largest vehicle fleet in the world to transport and deliver mail. There are also motor vehicle operators who operate motor vehicles to transport and deliver mail. To allow mail to be delivered, there is a vast network of Postal facilities. Carriers/Rural Carriers are ultimately responsible for delivering mail to its final destination.