The U.S. Postal Service is offering a $20,000 early retirement incentive to eligible employees in its bid to slash 7,500 positions, and it also is closing seven district offices, the agency announced Thursday. The buyout offer will be available to career non-bargaining employees in targeted groups at USPS headquarters, headquarters-related field units, area offices and customer service district offices, the announcement states. Anyone wanting to take advantage of the offer must begin the optional retirement process or submit a voluntary resignation by April 25. The money will be paid out in two $10,000 installments, split between this November and
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