No reason why you can't? If you have a mechanical history with cars then that is enough. Fill out a solid professional resume and submit it, it may take a while, or a few attempts but you have a good a chance as anyone else.
K cool I'll definitely look into that when I get my new ETS date
Throw your resume in now. It's takes a while to get an interview.
I won't be out till late this year is what peblo is telling me
Wouldn't that be premature? Or does it take that long
Maybe not that long but we had a guy in out hiring session that they held a job for till he ETSed.
That sounds good I'll look into that. Now where do I start just search rail road jobs?
Just Google Norfolksouthern.com. or BNSF. Union Pacific hires too, just don't know the procedure.
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BNSF is what I see running through here all the time.... Do they pay pretty good for like maintainable level jobs?