Popular positions at the USPS
Last updated: November 27, 2022
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The culture at this place is insanity. Your coworkers are disgruntled and unfilled in life and will take it out on everyone, especially those in the lowest seniority because they know you won't know how to play the system like them. Management will constantly affirm to you daily that you are worthless. You will face harassment of all kinds from every direction and be expected to smile, laugh and act like you agree and\or like it. The union exists, that's about it. They will actively try to keep you from filing against any kind of harassment so they don't have to do the work to defend you. However, if you work there, it is a necessity as Management will attempt to force you out for anything they can. You can; not show up, harass, scream at and even fight your fellow co workers, but anyone that attempts to call out management or the way things work will be attacked relentlessly, removed from the building and put on unpaid leave for an unknown amount of time. "Going Postal" was coined there for a reason, but hey, they have a pension!

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Hall Edith Joyce
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Entrepreneur at Hallgold Llc

I would love to work as a window mail Clerk USPS

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Vincent Iacobucci
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Maintenance at Sacred Heart Church

I'm a retired custodian. My assignment before was Supervisor of maintenance operations. Before that I was a MPE. Since my retirement I have become disabled. I'm fully capable of being a custodian. I worked at the NJIBMC as a MPE then a Superintending engineer. I then was promoted to Supervisor of maintenance operations. Took a downgrade to custodian. I have had extensive assignments with many aspects of the Maintenance department.

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Jeff Justus
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I retired last March as a letter carrier for 34 years. It's not as easy as it looks but if you like working by yourself and don't mind working a lot of hours this job could be for you. There aren't many entry level jobs where you can make the money ($50k/$60k or more) that you can earn as a CCA (City Carrier Assistant).

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Francis Diaz
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I'd love to work for usps.

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Paul Aranas
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Clerk at Metro Auto Auction

Fluent in English.

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Scarlett Lezama
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Hola nesecito trabajo

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