Postal Service Mail Carrier
Postal service mail carriers are essential workers that keep us connected across long distances. They assist in sorting mail and arranging it in delivery sequence. They also deliver packages and letters door to door and bring mail to the post office collected from homes and public mailboxes. They follow a set schedule and are dependable, sociable individuals that know no kind gesture is too small. They tend to work long hours outdoors and need to have good physical stamina. They are organizers, connectors and contributors that take on the hard work so that our world can feel that much closer together. Jobs for this role are currently at risk to decline -14% by 2029.