On average, employees at US Postal Service give their company a 3.6 rating out of 5.0 - which is 8% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest US Postal Service employees are Network Administrators submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Mail Processing Clerks with a rating of 4.3.
"As a mail carrier for the USPS, the starting pay was above minimum wage and the salary increased over time with performance and tenure. However, the job could be physically demanding and required a lot of walking and carrying of mail."
"Working at USPS has been one of the worst experiences of my life. I'm seriously overworked and underpaid even more. The career employees have become very lazy since placing RCA's at the post office. I have experienced a lot of favoritism at the post office. Career employees are calling out whenever they want and supervisors are expected to fill in for them on our days off. RCA's don't accrue any sick time or vacation time, which is definitely unfair. Had I known then what I know now, I would have never accepted a job with the post office."
"Dedicated worker, who goes above and beyond to get the work done. Excellent communication skills, people skills. Great trainer, pays attention to detail."
"This position was a good remote position. It had aspects that were unfavorable but overall a good experience."
"I've worked for the united states postal service for 9 years, in that time I've learned how to manage employees and handle heavy volume of work."
"I've worked for the US Postal Inspection Service In Chicago Illinois for almost 6 years now and I believe it to be a good place to work. The office atmosphere is pretty good and the people working there are all good people."
"USPS is a great job and has good pay and benefits but it is very fast paced, stressful and highly physical. The training on how to life properly needs to be better addressed as there are a lot of work related injuries within the Postal Service. I love my job with the Postal Service but am needing something less physical as I had back surgery that resulted from a work related injury two years ago."
"The US Postal Service pays very well, but being a company that is long on process and short on results, they tend to treat their employees poorly."
"I have worked with USPS since December of 2019 and the work balance is excellent. The bad is the work was very intense."
"Working for the United States Postal Service will allow you to have a pretty comfortable life; however, it's not your typical 9-5; as a Mail Carrier, you're not through until ALL mail has been delivered and you will work in ALL environmental elements. I can't speak on the entire USPS company just my experience as a Mail Carrier. The work hours can get hectic and if you're a single mother without any help from a partner or family the struggle of work life-time balance becomes real. The job role of the mail carrier is NOT single mother conducive."
"This is a good company to work for temporarily, until they stop paying you for your hard work and cut your hours. Supervisors don't keep their word, and are very dishonest, I have worked at three different locations the past 3 years and they are all the same."
"The Postal Service offers a great career with excellent benefits and retirement."
"Work life balance is terrible."
"Experience can vary greatly by office. Good pay and solid benefits. As non-career you will generally struggle to get enough hours, or be bombarded with more work than you can handle. Day to day roller coaster with mail and package volume; never know what to expect when you walk in the door. Current trucks not suitable to the job."
"I've worked for the United States Post Office for a little more than 2 years as a mail carrier/delivery. The environment is fast-paced along with working more than 12 or more hours a day but help is always offered by coworkers and management. Training is provided with help and advice to better understand the job and the best way to perform the job. Management will work with you to solve situations that you cannot solve whether if it is on the job or outside of work that will effect the task that needs to be done for example switching days off to provide childcare at home as they have helped me. Overtime is offered and the pay and benefits the company offers is great. USPS is the best company I have worked for and the longest job I have kept."
US Postal Service has an overall rating of 3.6 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 235 US Postal Service Review Ratings left anonymously by US Postal Service employees, which is 8% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 86% of employees would recommend working at US Postal Service.
US Postal Service employees earn $38,000 annually on average, or $18 per hour, which is 42% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 105 US Postal Service employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find US Postal Service Salaries by Job Title.
86% of employees would recommend working at US Postal Service with the overall rating of 3.6 out of 5. Employees also rated US Postal Service 3.4 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.6 for Rewards You Receive, 3.2 for Growth Opportunities and 3.5 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at US Postal Service is a Area Supervisor at $55,097,000 annually. Browse US Postal Service Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at US Postal Service is a Paralegal Externship at $12,000 annually. Browse US Postal Service Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at US Postal Service to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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