Dennis Endicott
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Trying to apply for a rialroad position

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Ernest Parker

Would.love to work for the railroad at any position.

Would.love to work for the railroad at any position.

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Omumu Elizabeth

hello house im in need of ajob

hello house im in need of ajob

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Isaac Howard

I have experience in this field

I have experience in this field

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Raymond Molina

When can I start. I already made an application

When can I start. I already made an application

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Leonilo Gutierrez

Very interested

Very interested

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Shelbie Atwood

I'd start today if giving a chance

I'd start today if giving a chance

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Angela Jill Hamilton

i just want to know how to apply for a position on the railroad please let me know .thanks.

i just want to know how to apply for a position on the railroad please let me know .thanks.

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KEVIN KELLY

Wow! You have asked a very tough question. So, I did take that railway exam and passed, (studied for 3 weeks) but then I went for my interview at UTA and was not impressed by their training program. Okay, so Union Pacific, Transcontinental Railroad, BNSF Railway, do have in-house training programs, please internet search these companies. A Locomotive Engineer usually starts out at 97,000 a year and a Conductor at the range of 75,771, your training for these jobs will be at 3:00 A.M and I'm not a morning person, so I passed on trying to find work with these companies. So, I've decided to stay seasonally with the National Park Service, BLM and/or Forest Service...Angela, if this is really what you want to do...be prepared tobe a graveyard person at first, and its not an easy life style choice....if, after your research, you say to yourself forget that!!! then please go to USAJobs.GOV and travel the country like me working for the parks. All the best, Seasonal Visitor Center Supervisor GS 07 Kevin Kelly.Mt.Whitney, CA.

Wow! You have asked a very tough question. So, I did take that railway exam and passed, (studied for 3 weeks) but then I went for my interview at UTA and was not impressed by their training program. Okay, so Union Pacific, Transcontinental Railroad, BNSF Railway, do have in-house training programs, please internet search these companies. A Locomotive Engineer usually starts out at 97,000 a year and a Conductor at the range of 75,771, your training for these jobs will be at 3:00 A.M and I'm not a morning person, so I passed on trying to find work with these companies. So, I've decided to stay seasonally with the National Park Service, BLM and/or Forest Service...Angela, if this is really what you want to do...be prepared tobe a graveyard person at first, and its not an easy life style choice....if, after your research, you say to yourself forget that!!! then please go to USAJobs.GOV and travel the country like me working for the parks. All the best, Seasonal Visitor Center Supervisor GS 07 Kevin Kelly.Mt.Whitney, CA.

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Richard Woeber

Hard working goal oriented looking for a new direction. Have experience as supervisor in construction.

Hard working goal oriented looking for a new direction. Have experience as supervisor in construction.

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Eddie Hendricks

I'm hard working and very equip man and dedicate to the work,also have experience in railroad work ...

I'm hard working and very equip man and dedicate to the work,also have experience in railroad work ...

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