From my experience as a Postal Support Employee (PSE) I was constantly challenged to go beyond my limits to complete my tasks. All Postal Support Employees have to start off their careers as seasonal workers and work throughout the holiday before they can become permanent workers at the mail processing plants they were assigned to. The best part about this job is the hourly pay, and high is honestly why I never buckled under pressure and resigned. The worst part about the job is that if aren’t both physically and mentally prepared for a day at the plant, you’ll find yourself in pain and suffering from EXTREME amounts of exhaustion (my first day at the job in a nutshell),overall affecting your work efficiency. I highly recommend buying and wearing proper footwear along with shoe insoles as well as getting as much REST as you possibly can before ANY day of work at the plant, otherwise it’ll turn to out to be another one of those slow, agonizing days.
Great Salary, a Dunkin donuts and Nathan's in the cafeteria
Dust everywhere, easy to dirty you clothes, belongings, etc. during work hours, painful work experiences if not properly equipped with the right footwear
The USPS is a honorable job who’s purpose is to serve the community. The benefits are excellent for full time workers. However the assistants ( or part timers) do not qualify for disability, unemployment or sick leave.