By John HeilmanThe U.S. Postal Service is a federal agency that operates in more than 200 counties in 31 states.
But its job is to deliver mail.
The postal service is a huge employer, and it does so by delivering parcels.
The Postal Service works with businesses and unions to set delivery schedules, so employees can work overtime and earn tips.
But that means it’s also a big employer in the Midwest.
Postal Services employ nearly 1.2 million people.
The Midwest employs nearly 860,000.
The USPS operates in four counties in Illinois, four in Michigan, and five in Wisconsin.
The agency has more than 300 employees, many of whom are part-time workers.
The region’s average annual payroll is $42,400, according to a 2011 survey by the Census Bureau.
But the USPS also has a lot of cash in the bank.
The median annual bank account balance for its employees is $26,000, according a 2014 analysis by the Government Accountability Office.
That’s a lot more than in the other four states.
And it’s even more than the average for the Midwest: The average annual bank balance for all employees in the U. s Postal Service region was $26.06.
That makes the region’s workforce among the nation’s most highly compensated.
The average hourly wage for its full-time employees was $12.27 in 2012, and that figure jumps to $16.28 in 2017.
This region also has one of the highest median home prices in the nation.
But despite all that cash, the Postal Service has a pretty hard time making money.
Its average annual revenue was just $5.45 billion in 2012.
The next highest was $8.16 billion in 2019.
The largest share of the agency’s revenues came from employee fees, which it pays on a sliding scale.
Most employees earn a flat $10.25 an hour.
Some employees earn more than that, but it’s still not enough to live on.
The most expensive counties for employees to live in were Michigan ($19,400), Wisconsin ($21,800), and Indiana ($20,400).
Most of the rest of the Midwest saw lower revenue from employee-related costs.
In the Midwest, employees typically live in rural areas where there are fewer people and the cost of living is higher.
The lowest-cost counties were in Indiana ($3,400) and Wisconsin ($4,800).
In the Northwest, the average employee lived in a median-priced home in the Northeast ($6,400 a year).
But the average person in the rest was working in a state with a higher median-price home than the other five states.
That means the U-S Postal Service was making a lot less money in the rural areas of the nation than it was in the most expensive areas.
The top states for employees were Michigan, Wisconsin, and Indiana.
The bottom five states were Minnesota ($11,200), Minnesota ($10,800, and Ohio ($10) and Illinois ($9).
The top state for workers was Ohio.
But only 6 percent of its employees worked in the state.
The state was in fifth place overall for the number of employees who earned more than $100,000 a year.
The states that were least dependent on workers earning more than a certain level were Iowa ($23,400 per year), New Hampshire ($24,100), and Vermont ($22,200).
The average employee earning more, on average, was working 40 hours per week in Iowa.
The least dependent state was New Hampshire, where employees averaged just 25 hours per month.
Most of New Hampshire’s employees earned less than $20,000 per year, while its least dependent was New Jersey, where the average hourly employee earned $16 per hour.
The biggest state for employees who earn less than that was Minnesota, which has one the lowest median household incomes in the country at just $36,600.
The rest of Minnesota’s workers made more than their peers in other states.
For instance, the median household income in the top 10 states was $59,600, while the bottom 10 were just $32,900.
But it was the least dependent of the five states, where median income was $38,900, that was the most dependent.
That meant that employees in Minnesota and New Hampshire were making more money than they were earning in the five other states with the most concentrated poverty.
The Census Bureau doesn’t break down the income of each state’s workers, but a recent report by the Center for American Progress found that nearly half of the states with a median income of $50,000 or more had employees earning more that $100 a year, compared to about three in four in states with lower median incomes.
These findings show that the U’s Postal Service relies on part-timers to help it deliver mail and, as a result, it’s not getting the most out of its workforce.
Part-timing workers typically work for less than