Are Postal Workers Federal Employees?

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A postal worker is not necessarily a federal employee. The postal service also has contractors that deliver the mail.
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Yes, postal workers are federal employees. However, latest news (as of 09/15/2011) is their is a planned cutback of some 35,000 employees which is part of the downsizing and reorganization plan. For details on the plan, check this out .
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