The U.S. Postal Service has a system of hiring entry level positions called City Carrier Associates
, which is a non-guarantee of 8-hour workday, but after a short period usually about 6 to 12 months, advance to a guarantee and permanent employee status in which you receive full benefits and guaranteed working hours.
So when you search for job listing, make sure you look for an entry level position called City Carrier Associates
and you start from there.
There is also an entry level position for rural mail carriers called Rural Carrier Associates
and you start from there if you live in the rural areas and want to work in the rural areas.
For an entry level position as window clerks is called Sales, Services Associates
for those of you who want to work as window clerks.
For an entry level position as mail processing clerk job is called PSE Mail Processing Clerk Associates
for those of you who want to work in plant facilities processing incoming/outgoing mail.
PSE Mail Processing Clerks (Associates) process incoming and outgoing mail in both plant and Post Office facilities using automated mail processing equipment or manual methods of sortation and distribution. [PSE stands for Postal Support Employee]
To apply for jobs at the United States Postal Service, please click here!
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The phrase 'I before E except after a C'.
For examples: believe, client, salient, expedient, patient, ingredient, lenient, convenient, fierce, collie, die, friend, etc.
Exceptions: seize, weird, vein, their, heir, neighbor, weigh, foreign, feisty, heist.
After C: deceive, ceiling, receipt, ceilidh, conceive, etc.
After C exceptions: science, conscience, prescient, policies, etc.
Now test your IQ in the above logic. Can you answer what the above logic is about? What does it try to accomplish?
What is the logic derived from the above description? Hint: Use the examples and determine the logic of the examples.
Your IQ score for the above logic is:
1 for answering it correctly (e.g., answering the logic derived from the above description).
-1 for answering it incorrectly.
Click on the 'Reply' button (below) once (only once) and start typing your answer in the comment box above. It will calculate your score in the background. And if you provide an email address, it will send your score to you.
Here are more IQ test questions:
Can You Pass the World's Shortest IQ Test?
Fact: Fewer Than 20 Percent of People Can.
All of us have ego to some extend and some have more than others -- and some even go a step further as to advertise their self-promotion by believing and bragging how smart they are.
Well, having lots of egos and bragging about your IQ may not necessarily make you a genius. You'll have to prove it. Here is one way to prove it.
So how smart are you, really?
The Cognitive Reflection Test (CRT), also known as the world's shortest IQ test, claims it only takes three questions to tell if you're a genius.
Developed in 2003 by Princeton psychologist Shane Frederick, the quiz assesses your ability to process information slowly and rationally, rather than jumping to quick conclusions.
"In order to succeed in the CRT, you must spend time reflecting on your answer and question your intuitive response," IFL Science explains.
A 2005 study found that students attending some of the nation's most prestigious universities (including Harvard and Yale) failed to get all three of these questions correct; only 17 percent received a perfect score (of 161 for adult; 162 for below the age of 18).
Before you get started, I'll give you a quick hint/suggestion: Take your time and do not rush to jump to conclusion too soon: the questions might not be as easy as they first seem. Think hard and go deep into your intelligence, because these are not trivial puzzles. They seem very trivial but they're not!!!
Think you have what it takes? Give it a shot! Here are the three questions:
1. A bat and a ball cost $1.10 in total. The bat costs $1 more than the ball. How much does the ball cost?
2. If it takes 5 machines 5 minutes to make 5 widgets, how long would it take 100 machines to make 100 widgets?
3. In a lake, there is a patch of lily pads. Every day, the patch doubles in size. If it takes 48 days for the patch to cover the entire lake, how long would it take for the patch to cover half of the lake?
Even though, these weird questions are not universally accepted form of iq test; however, they can be used to prove that you're smarter than most.
Check out the answers at the end of this blog, and best of luck!
[Source: IFL Science]
For more on IQ tests, see https://wechslertest.com/ or just Google the term Wechsler tests.
Stay tuned for more IQ questions!
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