Note: An updated version of this article is available; see Locating the Salary of a Postal Service Employee
How much does an individual Postal Service employee make each year or per hour?
For most federal employees, you can quickly locate the information. FedSmith has updated the annual salary figures for Postal Service employees on FedsDataCenter.com with the 2015 salary figures. Federal employee salaries are in a separate database but can be searched in the same way. The Postal Service listing has been updated for 2015.
If you want to find out the salaries for Postal Service employees in your city or town, here is how to do that.
If you want to find out the names of Postal Service employees in the town of Plainfield, just type that name into the “Location” field of the database. When you enter the name Plainfield, you see a list of the names of all towns named Plainfield that are in the database. Just select the state that is applicable to your search and you will see results such as these which are located in Plainfield, Vermont:
If you are a Postal Service employee, are you in the database? Here is how to find out. If your name is Bill Johnson, for example, just type name in the format “last name, first name” in the name field. Your search results, after clicking the “go” button, will look like this:
You can also search using a combination of different fields. For example, if you are looking for a person with the last name of Smith in Alexandria, VA, your search results will appear like this (after clicking on the “Go” button):
We hope you will find this database easy to use to quickly narrow down your search.
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