Mail is a magical thing.
You handwrite an address on an envelope and attach a stamp to the outside, and a few days later your letter arrives exactly where itâ€™s supposed to be.
So how does the USPS manage to handle 703 million pieces of mail per day?
Good Magazine has put together an impressive graphic representation of a comparison between FedEx, UPS, DHL and the USPS, and the numbers are staggering:
700,000 employees, $73 billion revenue, 37,000 post offices, and 216,000 vehicles, all to deliver you your bills, Netflix, and credit card offers.
Rain, sleet or snow indeed.