Postal letter carriers paid more than military per Fox News article
May 10, 2010 | Stayfree
Posted on Monday, May 10, 2010 1:22:45 PM by Stayfree
An average sergeant in the Army with four years of service and one dependent would receive $52,589 in annual compensation, according to the paper. This figure includes basic pay, housing and subsistence allowances, as well as tax benefits.
Meanwhile, a U.S. Postal letter carrier, with no supervisory or hazardous duty, makes approximately $80,000 a year when all benefits are factored in.