What is the job of a postmaster?

Answer A postmaster directs, supervises and coordinates the activities of workers within a post office. The postmaster is in charge of the operational, management and administrative services in an assigne... Read More »

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How much does a postmaster make?

Entry-level postmasters or mail superintendents with less than one year of experience make a median range of $32,750 to $49,480 per year in 2010, according to Postmasters with 20 or m... Read More »

Who is the Postmaster General?

As of 2010, the Postmaster General is John E. Potter, who goes by the name Jack. He took the position in June 2001. Potter started his career with the U.S. postal service in 1978 as a postal clerk.... Read More »

How much does a Postmaster General earn?

CBS News reports that as of February 2009, the Postmaster General earns a salary of $263,575. The Postmaster General also enjoys about $600,000 of deferred compensation in the form of retirement an... Read More »

Who is the postmaster general in Washington, D.C.?

The postmaster general is the chief executive officer of the U.S. Postal Service. The postmaster general is chosen by the service's board of governors and serves an indefinite term; prior to 1971, ... Read More »