US Postal Service employees earn $18 per hour on average, or $38,000 annually, which is 38% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at US Postal Service is a Senior Project Manager at $117,000 annually while the lowest paying job at US Postal Service is a Intern at $18,000 annually.See all US Postal Service salaries »
"The pay is decent working in USPS. I started $75/hr as a consultant. My salary increased with my increase in my responsibility."
"For the position that I worked the pay was comparable but the compensation for holiday and other extras afforded to the "Regulars" are not available to new or casual employees."
"No I didn't feel that way."
"Underpaid, due to I was currently the youngest one in the office, but with the most payload of work. But I do also believe they have earned their time and pay also."
"I am definitely being underpaid. Every day I am given more and more work to do, that is not within my craft and no financial compensation or promotion is ever offered."
"For the work we do, we are probably being overpaid. However, no compensation can make up for the loss of being able to live your life as you would want."
"Underpaid for the work performance. Most days I would out work the permanent employees and not get acknowledged."
"I am paid well for my position; I work hard and very long hours. If you work in a small community or for a smaller post office, you probably will have less opportunity to work since there is only so many routes and homes to deliver to. I imagine those employees do not get paid as much, unfortunately. Since I work in a metro area, I can basically work as much as I want to, although I enjoy my downtime when possible."
"The pay was very good considering the current employment environment."
"I earn every dime of my paycheck."
"I have worked hard and I feel I am paid what I earn."
"I think I being paid according to my responsibility I have."
"I didn't get payment from USPS, it's a project cooperated by Gatech."