There are currently an estimated 14,200 mail superintendents in the United States. The mail superintendent job market is expected to shrink by -21.1% between 2016 and 2026.

How employable are mail superintendents?

CareerExplorer rates mail superintendents with a F employability rating, meaning this career should provide poor employment opportunities for the foreseeable future. Over the next 10 years, it is expected the US will need 1,200 mail superintendents. That number is based on the retirement of 4,200 existing mail superintendents.

Are mail superintendents in demand?

The job of mail superintendent is among the twenty fastest declining occupations in the United States. Competition from electronic messaging platforms and private mail and parcel delivery companies is having a significant negative impact on traditional postal services worldwide. In many countries, including the U.S., reduced funding from the national government has led to downsizing of operations. Cutbacks include the closure of several post offices and discontinuation of some services, such as Saturday delivery. Relatively high pay rates and a progressively smaller number of jobs in the field mean very strong competition for available positions.

What’s the supply of mail superintendents?

The mail superintendent industry is concentrated in New York, Texas, California

Mail Superintendent job market by state

State Name Employed Mail Superintendents
New York 840
Texas 810
California 800
Pennsylvania 790
Illinois 510
Ohio 500
North Carolina 490
Michigan 450
New Jersey 420
Virginia 380
Florida 360
Georgia 350
Massachusetts 340
Wisconsin 340
Minnesota 330
Missouri 310
Indiana 290
Washington 290
Alabama 280
Tennessee 260
Iowa 260
Oklahoma 250
Kentucky 250
Louisiana 250
Maryland 240
Oregon 230
Colorado 210
South Carolina 210
Maine 200
Kansas 200
Mississippi 190
Arkansas 190
Montana 180
New Hampshire 170
West Virginia 170
Connecticut 170
Alaska 160
Nebraska 160
New Mexico 150
Arizona 150
Idaho 130
Vermont 120
South Dakota 110
Utah 110
North Dakota 100
Puerto Rico 90
Wyoming 80
Nevada 70
Hawaii 60
Delaware 40
Rhode Island 40