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Date:   May 21st, 2017

Welcome to the second blog of “US Postal Office Jobs Under the Spotlight” series (hyperlink to blog titled, “US Postal Office Jobs: The Mail Carriers”) and today, we will be reviewing: The profession of postal service clerks The employees working as postal service clerks are categorized as postal service workers. If you want to pursue your career in the US mailing service industry as a service clerk, you will have to clear Postal Exam 473E.


Date:   May 18th, 2017

Every year, thousands of US citizens apply for different US postal office jobs. It is a service industry that has many opportunities to offer for people having varied skill set and diverse qualifications. As such, candidates looking to pursue their dream careers in the industry seek out for resources that could help them to understand the requirements of respective industry professions and what challenges they can come to expect if they manage to land the job offer.


Date:   May 15th, 2017

Answering Questions About the Pre-Employment Drug Test for United States Postal Service Job The Unites States Postal Service adopts a zero tolerance policy against use of illegal drugs at the workplace. To ensure that none of the employees are involved in the practice of illegal drug administration, the agency conducts a screening test at the time of hiring the employees, the results of which can determine if the application is to be processed further or should it be rejected. This screening test is referred to as Pre-Employment Drug Test.

Date:   May 12th, 2017

In its two hundred and forty years of service, the United States Postal Service has continued serving the citizens of the country with utmost dedication and excellent services. The journey has been characterized by many challenges, none more severe than the ones associated with the current landscape of employment opportunities at USPS.


Date:   May 9th, 2017

The United States Postal Service currently employs a workforce of 509,000. It is one of the major employers in the federal sector, and every year, thousands of new aspirants apply for the postal service job vacancies. The competition is always intense as ever and as such many candidates, especially new graduates and entry level professionals, find it hard to make through the recruiting process when faring up against applicants that are more experienced, more qualified and better prepared to work in the professional settings of USPS.
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