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Jan
07

Date:   January 7th, 2017

The postal exam 473 is conducted by the Unites States Postal Services (USPS). It was developed by combining 5 traditional, pen and paper tests and is used to fill in at least 90% of US postal jobs. With limited seats available, the stakes are always high since not only are there a large number of applicants, this test is notoriously difficult to clear.
Jan
04

Date:   January 4th, 2017

The Postal Exam 473E conducted by the USPS is one of the most notoriously challenging exams around. This electronic test was crafted as a replacement for 5 different traditional tests. Due to this, it is used to fill in at least 90% of the positions available in the USPS.

On the other hand, the Postal Exam 473 E has a passing rate of only 10% to 20%. This means that 90 to 80% of all people giving the test fail it. This high rate of failure is owing to a lot of mistakes that people make. With a time constraint on it, there really isn’t much room for error so if you are sitting in for the Postal Exam 473, you need to avoid these common mistakes.

Jan
01

Date:   January 1st, 2017

Being one of the largest mail carrying services in the country, the U.S Postal Service (USPS) requires that all applicants for US postal jobs undergo a series of tests. For those interested in joining the sales and distribution department or applying for the position of a city carrier, mail processing clerk or a mail handler, the USPS offers the 473 E exam.

Dec
10

Date:   December 10th, 2016

US postal jobs are one of the most rewarding career opportunities that promise you high wages, flexible work hours, and excellent career growth. However, in order to begin with the process of applying for a job at USPS, a candidate should be able to differentiate a genuine job advertisement from a US postal job scam.
Dec
07

Date:   December 7th, 2016

In today’s tough employment market, finding a job is not an easy task for anyone, but young college graduates are particularly vulnerable to the challenges posed by the competitive market because of their lack of professional experience. In addition to this, those without a college degree face a greater risk of unemployment compared to those with a college degree.
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