Without a doubt 9/11/2001, because of the mass uncertainty of just
what the heck was going on? It was stressful because there were a lot of moving pieces that had to come together to safely restore passenger rail service into and out of New York City, and the Northeast Corridor in general
Employer ghosting is frustrating to say the least and not a good business practice.
I believe recruiters sometimes are inundated with applications and interviews and inevitably ghosting can happen.
I like to use post-interview follow-ups as opportunities to both thank the interviewer for their time and reiterate interest in the role, but also use the opportunity to nudge the interviewer to take action and keep yourself top of mind with them.
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After almost 20 years in the freight rail industry, I desired to gain experience in the passenger rail industry as well.
I would like to have the opportunity to travel and be of service on Amtrak.
its already frustrating enough that employers are fickle these days, nut they are also picky! i'm back at the same dish washing job I've had for years. i want a conductor's job with Amtrak. but it seems like nothing i do is enough! What am I doing wrong here?! I can do the job with ease, but where do you get training for something like this? i haven't been able to find anything online and and only word they seem to know is the word NO... see more
Meeting new people and the pay
I need a new career besides Aramark, maybe still in corrections but definitely management
I first started out working as a Electrician. I liked the work.
I have to say that Amtrak is much like anywhere else you work, but there is always a chance that this is not for everyone. It was good in that I made some good friends. It was just sad when they had to tell us they were laying us off and keep only half of the staff on.
I’m having a phone interview for Amtrak Operator what should I expect?
Just being there for 41 years is going above & beyond. Remember, I'm working next to live tracks with trains going by 6 feet away from 50 to 125 MPH. In all kinds of weather, from 100 degrees to 0 degrees.