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MATTHEW MARQUISEE
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To get one for free, I think you have to prove that you are destitute and possibly homeless or at least staying in a shelter or maybe govt housing. Otherwise, discounted passes might be available to students but youd have to have proof that you are one. Or...since you are working, you could buy one. Most bus companies have daily, weekly, and monthly passes.

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Jackson Alexander Jr.
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Try Career Source

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Teresa Rulona
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over 6 months ago

As a servant into any people in countered everyday in my job as a cashier.. Im very understanding to all that I serve costumer like priorities senior citizens and students/PWD..

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Michael Williams
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over 6 months ago

This is common in our industry. What are your thoughts on this issue? Leave your comments below have a discussion. https://www.tiktok.com/@realresultstransport/video/7107224600173464878 #transportation #motivation

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Awais Rasool
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over 6 months ago
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over 6 months ago

This past week while out visiting the French fest in my city. I had a chance to utilize Uber and request a ride! I actually drive for Uber as a part-time gig, and I love it. While out, I noticed a lot of the Taxi drivers outside their vehicles, taking smoke breaks, or taking a nap inside their car. It made me think about how the transportation industry has evolved over the past 10 year. I really wonder why taxi drivers have not transitioned over to drive for Lyft or Uber. I'm sure their income has dropped tremendously, and that business has slowed down. We have to make sure that we are staying abreast of the technology advances and changes that are happening around us. What are your thoughts, why do you think people are still choosing to drive Taxi Cabs? #Curious #Transportation #Career

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Dale Lowery
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Because taxi drivers don't videotape you and then put you on YouTube while you're intoxicated! Most cab drivers have to go through background checks so with Uber drivers you are more likely to get molested or dead!

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Tanika Council
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Cabs are also contracted here in CT as medical transportation. They bring patients to and from appointments. I work as Dialysis Tech and many of the patients relay on this type of transportation.

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melinda duncan
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over 6 months ago

I have been looking for a job for the last two months, and since I got my car back from this accident, it's still not working right, bills are going up, and the car will work one day now it won't start again. I wish I had someone to come to my house and check it out, but with High Gas going on, everyone is going crazy. And top of it all, I have two more months left before my graduation, and I don't have any job yet to get to graduation. It's hard out here when your car is your problem to get a good job. #advice #transportation #money

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joe tzintzun
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over 6 months ago

I've been to quite a few interviews the past month and the golden question always comes up, do you have a reliable transportation. I always say yes. The interviewer sees me walk away. I don't drive because i don't have a car. In my head I'm thinking I have 4 ways to get to work: bus, uber/lyft/friends/family. The hiring managers seem to think having a car is the ONLY way to be reliable. I want to buy a car of course but I need an income. I can't get the income until I have a job. I don't have a job because I don't have a car... what a vicious cycle #transportation

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