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Why did you leave your job at United States Postal Service?

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They fire me because I was deployed to Kosovo and when I return from Kosovo they told me that I was fire for not given them my military order bug I give to management 30 before my departure to Kosovo the army try to help regain my job but they refuse I was feeling so bad because I really like it working in the post office

Felix Castillo
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ARMY Veteran.

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This was absolutely the worst job I've ever had management is horrible and they care about anything but bonuses.

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I had to move from Albuquerque to St Louis to take care of my father at the time. I realized the problem of quitting and trying to reapply. To my defense, I was trained on the LSM, FSM, AMF and Express and window clerk in the small community of Rio Rancho, NM

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They will not make it a career position

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For a job with benefits, insurance.

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Is true what they say, being a carrier is not for everyone, not as easy as it looks. however, I'm willing to go back and try something else like a MHA or PSE we'll see

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There is no set schedule. You either have very few hours or you work overtime, while being a part time employee. During the Fall and Winter, the busy times, you work 10 days straight, work every weekend and have 2-3 hour split shifts. You might be scheduled to leave at a certain time, but you always get called to another location. This job is not for anyone with a family life. However, it was a fun job. Work is easy besides the fact of lifting, pushing and pulling all day. I'd love to go back if they had a set schedule and stuck to it.

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Work/life balance was nonexistent.

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I left due to stress, no set schedules, working 13 days straight with no days off, and doing split shifts in different locations. The pay was not worth all the stress you have to endure.

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I was moving to Boise, ID

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