Salary of a post office employee?

What is the salary of a United States Postal Service employee? (For both clerk and post master)

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  • 9 years ago
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    USPS clerks are not salaried employees. They are paid by the hour. A clerk's hourly wage starts at approximately $15/hour. A clerk will "max out" at approximately $26/hour. Postmasters are salaried. Their salary is based on the size of the facility they manage. Some make less than $40K/year, while others can make more than $70K/year.

    Source(s): USPS employee
  • 9 years ago

    I don't know what a post master makes, but clerks make about 40K, gradually increasing to 50K after about 10 years.

  • Judith
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    9 years ago

    They make between $15 to $18 per hour depending upon the job they have and how long they've been there. You can always find out by calling their personnel office - they are required by law to provide the information. Then again, because the information is available to the public you can actually find out on the internet.

  • 9 years ago

    Any time I've done the math, it comes out to about $25/hour.

    Source(s): 15-years (and counting) USPS worker (window clerk)
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