The check won’t be in the mail anymore.
Remember stamp collecting? Most millennials don’t. They get their mail on a phone. A post office may as well be in a foreign country.
Mail has a colorful history. Who could not love the Pony Express? Today, The United States Post Office employs over a half million people. But it’s a business in trouble. Fortune reported, The United States Postal Service’s financial troubles have been well publicized in recent years… in 2012, the USPS lost $15.9 billion dollars…” http://fortune.com/2015/03/27/us-postal-service/
To understand what’s going on with mail, KCRA in Sacramento reported:“So why are younger voters showing such reluctance thus far to vote by mail? ”A lot of younger voters, they might not even know where they keep their stamps,”
Today mail is in serious decline. Sure 47% of the world’s mail volume is handled by the Postal Service. But today we get stuff delivered by UPS, FedEx and Amazon. And the Australia Post says …“A 2015 study for the U.K. Royal Mail found a third of millennials believe “writing letters is a thing of the past. Will mail last? It will as long as taxpayers pay the bills. And that’s as reliable as a check in the mail.
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