UNDATED, WI (WTAQ) - The U.S. Postal Service may be financially strapped, but it still needs people to handle and deliver the mail.
On Thursday, postal officials in Minneapolis said they plan to hire about 200 more workers for Minnesota and parts of western Wisconsin.
Spokesman Pete Nowacki says most of the available jobs are in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area – but they’re also looking for people almost everywhere, even in the smallest of small towns.
Nowacki says the jobs are temporary, they’ll last for up to a year, and they pay from $11-to-$22 an hour.
More information is available online at USPS.com under the link “Careers.”