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United States Postal Service

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Compare revenue, industry and employee numbers for United States Postal Service and UPS.

Industry
Consulting and Business ServicesTransport and Freight
Revenue
more than $10B (USD)more than $10B (USD)
Number of Employees
10,000+10,000+
Headquarters
Washington, DCAtlanta Georgia, United States

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Compare management, culture and compensation ratings for United States Postal Service and UPS.

CEO approval

Headshot of Megan Brennan, CEO of United States Postal Service
66%
approve of Megan Brennan's performance
Headshot of Carol B. Tomé, CEO of UPS
76%
approve of Carol B. Tomé's performance

Salary satisfaction

68%
think they are paid fairly at United States Postal Service
57%
think they are paid fairly at UPS

United States Postal Service company logoUnited States Postal Service reviews

on November 22, 2020
Worst place to work
Postal Service Mail Carrier
(Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC

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on November 22, 2020
Great Company to Work for if you are Single with No Responsibilities at Home.
City Carrier Assistant (CCA)
(Current Employee) - South Haven, MI

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on November 22, 2020
Good benefits
Laborer mantiance custodian
(Current Employee) - Oakland, CA

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UPS company logoUPS reviews

on November 22, 2020
Very busy working place but little pay
Package Handler
(Current Employee) - Rockville, MD

on November 22, 2020
Great place to start a career
Driver Helper
(Current Employee) - Rocky Mount, NC

on November 22, 2020
Good pay, management can be a hot mess
Personal Vehicle Delivery Driver
(Current Employee) - Palm Springs, CA

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Compare similar salaries

Compare salary information for United States Postal Service and UPS. Salaries are taken from job posts or reported by employees and are not adjusted for level or location.

Customer service representative
$59,167 per year$11.58 per hour
Package handler
$11.13 per hour$32,212 per year
Supervisor
$57,952 per year$66,128 per year
Delivery driver
$14.23 per hour$87,154 per year
Clerk
$46,516 per year$13.54 per hour
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1.9K jobs at United States Postal Service
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30.9K jobs at UPS
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Favorable experience
Favorable experience
Easy difficulty
Easy difficulty
Process is more than one month
Process is about two weeks
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