Have you ever thought about being a mail carrier for the USPS? If so, now’s the time because the United States Postal Service is hiring like never before. After a job freeze for far too long, full-time employees now retiring, and a growth in packages, the post office needs help delivering the mail like never before. A new position called City Carrier Assistant (CCA) is now open for prospective employees. But before you go to the trouble of jumping through hoops to get the position, only to find it’s simply not what you expected, read this book to get more of an idea what you’re getting yourself into. The author tried the job, and within these pages is what this one particular person experienced. The conflict of what happens in reality and the proposed practices was so unbelievable to the author, that this book had to be written. This is a first-hand account of what an average person might experience as they go through the process of applications, orientations, training, and finally on the street delivering the mail. We guarantee what you imagined will be nothing like the reality. So don’t go in blind to a job you’re not familiar with, and quickly become overwhelmed with propaganda and infinite forms to learn. Read this book and at least have a general idea of what to expect by seeing through the eyes of someone who has already done it. Whether you’re looking to apply for the position, or just a postal customer who’s curious about how their mail gets around from point A to point B, once finished with this book, you’ll never look at the mail system the same way again.
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