"I have worked for USPS for last three years and fully satisfied with the work environment, management style, workforce composition."
"This company provides opportunity for a career in Material Handling and generous compensation to match."
"I have worked for the Postal Service for 3 years and I have found that it has a wonderfully massive variety of employees. Working with such varied types of people has given me the opportunity to learn so much and expand my horizon."
"This is a field where you can actually have a career, but working here you a have to answer to two bosses in the morning a one boss in the evening. When you have your own route you can actually dictate your time through out the day, this is a field when no matter the weather (rain, sleet, or snow) the job has to get done."
"I work for USPS as a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt consultant. I enjoy working there. My co-workers are very nice. The work environment is very pleasant. The VPs have a open door policy with me and they are down to earth and open minded people."
"I have been with the Postal Service since 1991 and worked at many sites in different states. The chance to improve yourself is very poor and the Postal Service in general is not ran very well."
"Great place to work."
"The company is growing but limited at machines. Although a government agency, it lacks of advanced equipment."
"This job is very difficult and heavy. They give you a map, the mail and tell you what time they want it done by. It's extremely stressful with customers and coworkers. The new people are put through the wringer. I love the company, but there is a reason that they have not been able to keep any new carriers in five years."
"I've worked at USPS for over 5 years, and it's very different from any company I worked for in the past."
"Ok place but no room for improvement, management are bullies and like to argue."
"There was very limited room to grow."
"The main reason why someone would become a mail carrier: it pays well. The base pay is not all that exciting; you make all your money by working constantly. I often work 6 days/wk, often and 10 hrs/day. In the past 2 months, I have made over $9K (seriously). The cons are plenty: long hrs/days, having little work-life balance, stress, and inclement weather to deal with. If you can learn to roll with the punches and suck it up, the paychecks sure make it worthwhile."
"Great job for college students during winter break."
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