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Bahram Safari
27 days ago
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Edward Breland

Hi it’s a great diverse culture in a Union environment with good benefits that are negotiated between the company and the Union in a collective bargaining agreement.

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Omar Medeiros
over 6 months ago

Reliable Transportation Question?

What do employers consider to be reliable transportation? I see this question frequently asked on applications but I don’t know if managers want to know if I own a car or if I can get to the job on time. I don’t have a car right now but the bus system around my house and in the city gets me pretty much wherever I need to go. Would it be misleading on an application if I answer Yes or disqualify me from a job #interview if I tell them I don’t own my own car?

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Gregory Cherny
over 6 months ago

An icy drive

I was a trucker. A few years back I was drivin up a icy hill in the middle of winter when another semi coming down the hill started to jackknife. His trailer swung out sideways blocking the entire road and headed straight towards me!! The whole time all i could think of was this is it. Thank god no one was hurt. Must have angels on my side or something. We all walked away and I learned a lesson to never under estimate mother nature when your drivin.

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
3 months ago

C.R. England announces its largest Driver pay raise in company history !!

C.R. England, one of the nation’s leaders in transportation solutions, has announced its largest driver pay raise in company history and third historic pay increase for drivers since 2018.

The pay increase will benefit C.R. England’s line haul drivers in the Over the Road Division (OTR) and drivers in training and takes effect April 22, 2021.

C.R. England projects new drivers could expect to make more than 35 percent more in compensation compared to what their counterparts made last year.

This increase benefits every OTR driver that is paid mileage pay, which makes up the vast majority of our OTR fleet, read more

Learn more about C.R. England compensation and employee benefits at C.R. England Careers

#CREngland #hiringnews #CDL #Transportation #Drivers #jobsearch #OTR #salary #NationWideUSA

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Vance Holm
over 6 months ago

Delta is home

I work for Delta as a male flight attendant. I get snickers from people I don't know sometimes when I tell them what I do. Really? Who cares about gender?! I am good at what I do. I get free travel and you don't. I meet awesome people and you don't. I get to move around and have amazing co-workers. So the jokes on them!

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Kathy Fox
over 6 months ago

We’re not just here to pour your soda

I work for Delta as a flight attendant and everyone thinks of us as a waitress or waiter, but guess what we aren't! Our first priority is to keep you safe. We actually take classes and learning self-defense, how to take care of violent passengers (should it happen), how to handle an emergency, and even how to do CPR. I sometimes think being a flight attendant is harder than being a police officer. At the end of the day Delta or ANY airline has to hire people who can handle it. NOT everyone can.

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Bishop Ray
4 months ago

Had to ride my bike to work in the rain # #transportation

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Bishop Ray
4 months ago

I rode my boke to work it was 3.1 miles #transportation

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
6 months ago

3 Industries Hiring Workers Over 50

We looked through resources and hiring news among reputable resources including, (AARP, Forbes, and The Balance Careers) and identified 3 employment areas that favor a senior level experience workforce. Take a look at the list and let us know what you think!

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3 Top Industries for over 50 job seekers:

1 - Transportation- ambulance drivers, bus drivers, sales drivers, heavy or tractor-trailer truck drivers, light-truck or delivery-services drivers, taxi drivers and chauffeurs. For most of these jobs, a high school diploma and a few months of training are all that’s needed. Go to find Transportation jobs near me to find local hiring opportunities.

2 - Healthcare - certified nursing assistants, (CNA), home health aides, (HHA), benefit administrator, patient enrollment, support technicians, medical assistants, receptionists, security and asset protection are among the more popular healthcare employment options. See, find Healthcare jobs near me to find local job listings.

3 - Operations - among the options in this category are financial managers and managers for administrative services, computer and information systems, industrial production, purchasing, transportation, storage, and distribution, compensation and benefits, human resources, and training and development. For these jobs, education requirements range from a high school diploma to postgraduate education. Check out find Operations jobs near me to discover new local jobs.

  • Updated, (2/1) - New! , Lowe's hiring more than 50,000 workers; issuing $80 million in bonuses. Go to https://corporate.lowes.com/careers to search for local job openings and apply online.

Get Hired! Job search tips for workers over 50

#Ageism #hiringnews #jobsearch #healthcare #transportation #Operations #jobsearchtips

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