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USPS Looking For New Employees In New Mexico

U.S. Postal Service Proposes Cutting 120,000 Jobs
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If you’re looking for a change and looking for a job you might consider relocating to New Mexico.

The USPS has released information that many long-time employees are about to enter retirement and that means opportunities are opening for you in New Mexico.

The jobs are transitional and postal support positions.  None of the jobs offer benefits but some of the jobs could turn into long term opportunities with potential permanent employment with the Postal Service.

The pay is from $12.38 to $16 per hour.

For more see this article from Pronews7

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