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What is the pay scale at USPS?

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The pay scale for United States Postal Service employees varies depending on the specific job. As of 2014, USPS mail handlers receive approximately $33,449 per year at the lowest pay grade, and can earn a maximum of $54,713 per year.

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Other USPS job titles come with different pay scales. Executive and administrative positions earn between $12.61 and $18.64 per hour at the lowest grade, while those with more experience can earn up to $120,617 per year. Pay rates and salaries are negotiated for USPS employees by a number of unions, and they can change dramatically from one year to the next.

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