Postal Employees

Postal employees belong to the largest civilian workforce in the U.S. They operate retail services, work in processing centers, move the mail, and manage the mammoth system. The public face of the service--postmasters, carriers, and even the postmaster general--are only part of this workforce. A myriad of skills, knowledge, and specialties are required to keep the broad-reaching and continually expanding system operational. Despite their differences, postal workers share in a common work culture and a sense of public service, which supports the nation's communication. 

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