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Post Office Will Be Hiring Mail Carriers Soon
United States Postal ServiceWindham, ME
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Will Be Hiring Letter Carriers Soon
United States Postal ServiceBennington, VT
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Part-time
Mail Carrier - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesSan Antonio, TX
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
Mail Agent
Postal Job ServicesColumbus, GA
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
Window Clerk - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesFall River, MA
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
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3 Tips to Successfully Create a Marketing Coordinator Resume

Are you constantly thinking of new ways to drive sales? Are you organized, creative, and decisive? Do market trends really get you excited? If so, you may be a great fit for the role of a marketing coordinator. Keep reading to learn more about this position and how you can create a strong marketing coordinator resume that will help you score interviews and potentially land the job of your dreams. 

Window Clerk - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesGainesville, FL
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
Window Clerk - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesErie, PA
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
Window Clerk - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesMadison, WI
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
Postal Service Clerk
Postal Job ServicesTopeka, KS
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
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How to Craft Your Resume Summary

When companies publish a help wanted ad, they are likely to get tons of responses. People may submit resumes even if they think they have an inkling of a chance to land the position. This leaves recruiters with the task of sorting through possibly hundreds of resumes to find the best applicants, and most of them will lighten their load by starting with the resume summary. 

Window Clerk - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesLancaster, CA
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
Full-time
Window Clerk - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesLawton, OK
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
Window Clerk - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesNewport News, VA
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
Window Clerk - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesArvada, CO
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
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How to Write a CV

A CV, also known as a curriculum vitae, is key in helping job seekers connect with hiring managers, recruiters, and key decision-makers. Whether you’ve been actively job searching for a while or you’re just getting into the applicant pool, here’s what modern job searchers and students need to know when deciding how to write a cv. 

Window Clerk - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesDayton, OH
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.
Window Clerk - Postal Service
Postal Job ServicesFlagstaff, AZ
The average postal worker makes just over $72K a year, with federal benefits, retirement, paid vacations, paid training, and a lifetime of positional and compensation advancement potential.

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