I have a great job.
I’m proud to be here, and I am working hard to earn it.
This is my opportunity to prove myself to my boss, my colleagues and the world.
I know I can make it.
The job posting says it all: The post is part of a series of online advertisements for a job as a U-Haul trucker.
The posting includes a short bio, and the job description asks that the poster apply via e-mail.
The poster should reply to the ad with their phone number and e-tweet their job application.
“If you are interested in applying, please send us a follow up message within 24 hours of applying,” the post reads.
The post also advises applicants to make a personal phone call to their supervisor.
The postal service is not the only service offering job opportunities to U-haul drivers.
The federal government’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said in March that it would start accepting applications for truck drivers.
More than 50 federal agencies including the Department of Labor, the Bureau of Land Management, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Federal Aviation Administration, and other federal agencies also offer trucking jobs to U.A.E. workers.
The U.K. Post Office, which is one of the world’s largest mail carriers, is also one of America’s biggest employers of U-haul drivers.