United States Postal Service
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3.5
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Work happiness
Scores based on about 5,861 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
58
Below average
Work Happiness Score
Below average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
71
Compensation
Above average
Do people feel that they are paid fairly for their work?
69
Purpose
Average
Do people feel their work has a clear sense of purpose?

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What is it like to work at United States Postal Service?

3.0
Work/Life Balance
3.7
Compensation/Benefits
3.3
Job Security/Advancement
2.9
Management
3.2
Culture
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What do employees at United States Postal Service say about culture and work-life balance?

Slow-paced
Fast-paced
Stressful
Relaxed
Competitive
Collaborative
4.0
Fast paced atmosphere, very physical work.
Written by Mailhandler (Former Employee) from Dulles, VA on September 25, 2013
Typically, I'd start sorting mail, then load and unload trucks with a forklift. I learned to be proacrive, and assist the management any way I could. My co-workers were diverse, the hardest part was language barriers, the best part was staying busy.
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What jobs are available at United States Postal Service?

Top work locations
5.0
Agoura Hills, CA
5.0
Cedar Hill, TX
5.0
Glenside, PA
5.0
Bristol, VA
5.0
Riverdale, GA
Most popular roles
5.0
Unit Supervisor
5.0
Officer in Charge (OIC)
5.0
Crew Member
5.0
Postal Supervisor
4.8
Resource Manager

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What did candidates say about the interview at United States Postal Service?

Interview experience
Based on 4,187 interviews
Favorable
Interview difficulty
Based on 4,163 interviews
Easy
Interview process length
Based on 3,973 interviews
More than one month
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