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What's the average weekly hours a mail handler assistant gets?

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40 plus a week if you're working at the usps plant as oppose to a neighborhood post office and be prepared to stay an extra 2 hours if you're not a regular at the plant. Just when you think your shift is over a supervisor from the next tour will tap you on the shoulder and tell you 2 stay

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Mail handler assistants are guaranteed 4 hours of work and have no set schedules

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4o hours as i think.

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I am not sure but i can work 4o hours

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Only guaranteed 4 hours per day! 20-40+ per week

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60 hours only one day s week off no time for your family if you have small children don’t plan on seeing them

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You given what ever a supervisor want to give you but not over 40 hours in a week, but if your on the schedule and they don't need you it's there responsibly to call you before you clock in or else your payed for at least 2 hours.

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Start with 40 hours and as they see potential it will be exposed and exploited. Hard work will be rewarded with more work expected in less hours. A personality or individualism will be delt with swiftly and swept aside. (Wausau)

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Lied to and worked 6 day weeks for my entire employment history.

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