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482 questions about Background Check at United States Postal Service
It depends i was interview at the end of april orientation at the end of may would have start early but i have a high school to ref which delay me week after orientation i start working the next dayAfter the end of orientation. For new pse, windows and back always work on sunday!!
Answered October 7, 2016
It looked like you waited for four months before you finally got in.
Answered June 22, 2017
They do hire felons. But it depends what felony and how long has it been since your lsst felony
Answered April 7, 2016
And need to be in U.S for at least 5 years.
Answered April 17, 2017
15 plus years
Answered November 11, 2018
Not that long.
Answered December 1, 2017
Can you get a post office job in nashville tn with a felony on your record
Answered August 19, 2016
I called the gis and they told me my results and were kind enough to email them to me as well.
Answered October 11, 2017
Not sure depends on the seriousness of the record I think for Driving record it is within 5 years. I was told they do hire felons depending on the charge.
Answered August 18, 2017
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