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  • General discussion about working in the railroad industry. Industry employers are welcome to post openings here.
General discussion about working in the railroad industry. Industry employers are welcome to post openings here.

Moderator: thebigc

  by phillyrube
 
Hi gang. Stumbled on a part time job as a crew driver, which I guess means picking up timec out crews and taking them back to base or to hotels. Some over night travel, able to lift 50 lbs, so I'm guessing you have to carry their bags?

Anyone have any insight on the job? I'm a retired cop/paramedic, just looking for something to do
  by Wayside
 
Long hours, low pay, round-the-clock, lots of down time.
  by Engineer Spike
 
These companies are really scumbags. They really try to screw some of their workers, especially those who depend on it for a living. It would be good for someone who is just trying to keep busy in retirement.
  by janleana
 
You have to be very careful and see what recommendations the same company that hires has. So basically, it's poorly paid, and the risks are there, as drivers of long-distance races, that is, always on the road. You never know who you're transporting or what you're transporting. If you're going to step in and win in the Passenger Transportation industry, you have to be the owner. Then you are welcome, or you have your transport. It also studies the market in this area, and then you can make a final decision. When you're working on a boss, it's like you're willing to throw yourself into slavery and not force anyone. Look at what others are saying, and don't rush to a decision.