The USPS says no experience is necessary, and training is provided.

With the COVID-19 crisis causing untold numbers of problems, it's nice to see that there are some opportunities presenting themselves to those in need of work.

Case in point: The United States Postal Service needs people, and lots of them.

My Stateline:

The United States Post Office is looking to hire hundreds of employees to work at processing facilities and post offices due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The USPS says the jobs include City Carrier Assistant, Rural Carrier Assistant, Assistant Rural Carrier, Mail Handler Assistant, Casual Mail Handlers, and Postal Support Employees.

Some positions are longer term positions and could lead to permanent placement with the Postal Service. There is a variety of hours offered as well as locations. The hourly wages range from $17.29 to $18.56 with varying shifts and days off.

To apply, visit about.usps.com/careers.

And, this seems to be a trend happening nationwide: