Even amid news of slower delivery times as part of a financial overhaul, the U.S. Postal Service is aggressively trying to find workers.
"The USPS is looking to hire for 800 positions in Metro Detroit alone, not including an additional 1,000 temporary positions available for the holiday season," WDIV posts.
All positions are currently open, from working outside as a letter carrier to working indoors as a mail processor or a retail associate.
The post office even has mobile trucks out at different branches in an effort to recruit people. And the wages aren’t too shabby: A city letter carrier can make $18.50 per hour, a rural carrier can make $19 per hour and a semi-truck driver can make $23 per hour.
Everything applicants need to know is here at the postal agency's careers site.