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- "It's a very good job graet people to work with and the pay is good." (in 2987 reviews)
- "The job is stable and has good benefits although I've barely had the need for them." (in 1920 reviews)
- "Money is good but not compared to the time you put in to get it." (in 562 reviews)
- "many great people to work with and all the carriers are open and willing to help at anytime" (in 398 reviews)
- "The postal service used to be a great place to work for good benefits and job security." (in 303 reviews)
- "Poor management and always under staffed so they expect everyone to work extra hard while trying to cut hours." (in 1732 reviews)
- "Long hours for many employees and the need to change carrier work hours to increase productivity" (in 920 reviews)
- "Some supervisors have no mail delivery experience" (in 389 reviews)
- "No work/life balance until you make regular and even then it’s still a lot." (in 368 reviews)
- "Working long hours and 7 days straight at times." (in 258 reviews)
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- 3.0Feb 2, 2022USPS RCACurrent Employee, more than 1 yearHouston, TX
The only good thing about this job is the pay and benefits for someone who didn’t go to college
For some stations you have to wait a minimum of 4 years to get a regular position. Which means a consistent schedule, consistent pay, and get the full government benefits. Also after you become a regular your pay will drop because you’re not getting overtime. Constantly getting sent to different stations that will try not to pay you for the day. The post office tries to run like the military instead of an actual business. From a logistics standpoint the routes make 0 sense. There would be multiple routes at 1 stop which is costing extra gas and ware on the vehicles.
- 2.0May 18, 2022City Carrier Assistant (CCA)Former Employee, less than 1 yearSpringfield, MA
Paychecks are good and if you stick around for over 2 years you become a regular employee which means better benefits
Benefits are terrible when you're "part-time." You will literally work 6 days a week 12 hour days every day. Even when you convert to reg, they'll still try to overwork you.