The United States Postal Service offers many career opportunities, but finding the right one for you can be daunting. Find out more about careers in the USPS and how to pass the postal exams with this article and get started on your future today.

The United States Postal Service offers many career opportunities. Whether you want to be a clerk, carrier, technician, or information specialist there's a job for you. Every applicant to the USPS must first pass the postal exam specific to their desired position. Get the prep and practice you need to get hired!

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Postal Worker 473/473-C
Exam 473/473-C replaces Exam 470 and serves as the entry-level test. Get 90 days of access to a full-length practice test, get detailed explanations for each question, and use your results to target your preparation. The use of a printer, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and audio are required for portions of this test.

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Postal Worker 710/711
If you want to work for the USPS as a typist, stenographer, or data-conversion operator, you'll need to prepare for the 710/711 postal exams. The 710 exam is taken by all candidates. The 711 exam is required if you want to become a stenographer. Get 90 days of access to a full-length practice test, get detailed explanations for each question, and use your results to target your preparation.

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