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100 questions about Hiring Age at United States Postal Service
Nope. We hired a guy at 65 who works part time on the weekends.
Answered February 13, 2016
Over 18 yrs old
Answered February 13, 2016
Whats the hiring age
Asked December 27, 2018
21 years of age
Answered December 27, 2018
Retirement only for career employees and it only starts day 1 of full time. Any time that was pt does not count.
Answered April 15, 2016
18 and order
Answered January 21, 2018
I don't know, but I don't think so
Answered October 26, 2017
Yes the post office does not discriminate based on age
Answered February 24, 2020
Actually it says "if the applicant has neither received a criminal conviction during 10 years immediately preceding the application date, nor been incarcerated because of a criminal conviction during 5 years immediately preceding the application date" so that's time since conviction
Answered September 23, 2018
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