The New York Post is the first media outlet to break out the full details of the post-election employment situation for all the federal government posts, including posts for the Postmaster General and the Chief Administrative Officer.
Here are the key takeaways: 1.
The Postmaster Generals post jobs are good news for post offices and for the economy.
Postmasters and other posts that support the post office are seeing more than usual payrolls, and many of the posts they run are doing better than the rest of the country.
The posts that have seen the biggest improvement in their payrolls are those that serve the postal service’s rural communities.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the rural communities with the largest increase in payrolls were rural communities that have historically had higher unemployment rates.
Postmaster posts are a critical link to the economy and economy workers.
While the Post’s jobs numbers are up, so is the employment in the post offices.
The average postmaster’s salary was $72,500 last year.
This year, it’s expected to be $75,000.
Posties will have a bigger stake in their post offices because the Post has to pay them more.
The post office’s workforce is improving as well.
The unemployment rate in rural communities has fallen, and the number of postmasters and post office workers has increased.
The number of posts for those jobs is now higher than the unemployment rate.
That is a good sign.
Post offices are facing more challenges as a result of the election.
The USPS has struggled with a shortage of postage and packaging, and some Postal Service contractors have been laying off workers.
The Postal Service will need to keep its post offices open, because those jobs pay the bills.
But there are some areas where the Post will need more help.
The agency is already facing challenges in some rural areas.
The rural areas are seeing a decline in post offices, and it’s happening even though there are fewer postmasters in the country today.
As a result, rural communities will have to spend more money to meet the needs of their postmasters.
The federal government will pay for some of the cost of those post offices through its share of the Postmasters Retention Tax, which will rise to $50 per postmaster by 2020.
The postal service is working on the next generation of Postmasters.
In the next three years, the agency plans to add 10,000 new postmasters to the ranks of its workforce.
That will require more than $100 million a year for additional postmasters, and that’s just what the Postal Service is spending now.
The next wave of postmaster openings will happen later this year, with an increase in the number and quality of the workers it has available for those positions.
The workforce will also need to expand, especially since the USPS needs to add more people to the positions it already has.
The labor market is strengthening as a whole.
The economy and employment trends have been improving for many months, and they look promising for the postmaster post office post-employment picture.
This chart shows the national unemployment rate for November of the last year as well as the number working for postmasters over the previous six months.
The overall trend has been good for the postal workforce over the past several years, with the unemployment in the United States declining steadily since 2009.
That trend was particularly apparent for post-secondary job openings, with a drop in the rate in the final quarter of 2012 compared with the first quarter of 2011.
The increase in postmaster vacancies also shows that the postal employment picture is looking bright.
Postal Service hiring is growing faster than the economy is.
The jobless rate for the United State for November was 7.4%, the lowest rate since September 2009.
The rate for nonfarm jobs was 7%, the highest rate since March 2012.
The percentage of the workforce that is unemployed is rising faster than overall job creation.
Post Office employment has risen since the election, but the post has been hurt by a shortage in postal workers.
During the last election cycle, the USPS announced that it was hiring 5,000 more postmasters than it had planned.
That was at the same time that the USPS was hiring fewer workers than in the previous three months.
This was not good news.
A report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis this week says the number for the current year is still 1.2 million fewer than the year before the election when there were 5.2.
The situation has worsened over the next few months.
But the Post is working to get the post back on track.
The latest report on post employment from the Office of Management and Budget says that in November, the post workforce had added just 6,000 jobs, down from 9,500 in October.
The decline is due in part to the fact that the post agency is closing more post offices this year and some contractors have announced layoffs.
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