U.s. Postal Service Looks To Cut 220,000 Jobs

U.S. Postal Service looks to cut 220,000 jobs

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Postal Service would eliminate about 220,000 full-time jobs and shutter about 300 processing facilities by 2015 under a proposal to bring its finances in order, a postal official said on Friday.

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