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There is a dress code but they provide you with a cash allotment to buy uniforms once you have worked beyond the probationary period.

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All city carriers are allowed to wear uniform during employment

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You are allowed to have facial hair and tattoos at the postal service. Some managers prefer they be in places under your clothes.

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USPS pays for it after you pass your 90 of probation

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Clean jeans and shirt. Dress for the job.

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No. You won't even see a postal employee at the exam site. They are usually held at exam offices on university campuses.

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Its 2019. Just dress appropriate. Business Casual.

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Imagine you are giving a job to one to be your secretary...would you want her to come in in sneakers jeans with a t-shirt with a cap on...or a pair of black pants with a pretty blouse and good office comfortable office shoes....formal is what am trying to say.

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