United States Postal Service at a glance

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3.7
12,629 reviews
Compensation/Benefits 3.7
Job Security/Advancement 3.4
Culture 3.4
Work/Life Balance 3.3
Management 3.1

CEO approval

70%
4,547 ratings

How is the work culture?

Quick-paced56%
Stressful53%
Cut-throat22%
Competitive18%
Balanced16%

About United States Postal Service

The United States Postal Service (USPS) handles cards, letters, and packages sent from sea to shining sea. The USPS delivered some 168 billion pieces of mail in fiscal 2011 in the US and its territories, and if that's not enough, it claims to deliver more than 40% of the world's mail. The independent government agency relies on postage and fees to fund – more... 

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34,543 salaries reported
$16.04 per hour
  • Most Reported
$8.30
$25.05
4,559 salaries reported
$13.43 per hour
$8.30
$25.05
83,313 salaries reported
$17.07 per hour
$8.30
$25.05
Claimed Profile
Headquarters
475 L'Enfant Plaza Sw
Washington DC, United States 20260
Revenue
more than $10B (USD)
Employees
10,000+
Industry
Links
United States Postal Service website

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