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  • $35,255
  • 79,000
  • 2.4
  • -12.0%
  • High school diploma
  • Game Design
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Postal Service Clerk Job Outlook

There are currently an estimated 79,000 Postal Service Clerks in the United States. The Postal Service Clerk job market is expected to shrink by -12.0% between 2016 and 2026.

Postal Service Clerk Employability Rating

F CareerExplorer rates Postal Service Clerks 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 lose -6,800 Postal Service Clerks. That number is based on the retirement of 2,700 existing Postal Service Clerks.

Supply of Postal Service Clerks

The Postal Service Clerk industry is concentrated in California, New York, and Texas.

Postal Service Clerk Job Market by State

State name Employed Postal Service Clerks
California 7,680
New York 6,150
Texas 4,840
Pennsylvania 3,960
Florida 3,860
Illinois 3,240
Michigan 2,840
New Jersey 2,800
Ohio 2,800
Virginia 2,400
Massachusetts 2,370
Georgia 2,230
North Carolina 2,170
Missouri 1,920
Indiana 1,730
Washington 1,690
Wisconsin 1,610
Tennessee 1,550
Minnesota 1,540
Iowa 1,460
Maryland 1,450
Colorado 1,360
Alabama 1,310
Kentucky 1,300
Kansas 1,260
Louisiana 1,220
Arkansas 1,100
Connecticut 1,080
Arizona 1,060
Oklahoma 1,030
South Carolina 1,000
Oregon 980
West Virginia 940
Mississippi 850
Nebraska 800
Maine 750
New Mexico 670
Utah 660
Puerto Rico 660
New Hampshire 560
Montana 540
Idaho 500
Nevada 480
Hawaii 470
Vermont 450
South Dakota 440
North Dakota 400
Alaska 400
Wyoming 300
Rhode Island 290
Delaware 260
District of Columbia 160
Virgin Islands 70
Guam 30

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Career Attributes

  • $35,255
  • 79,000
  • 2.4
  • -12.0%
  • High school diploma
  • Game Design
More Attributes