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Invest in the Railroad Jobs Guide E-book and Discover: 1. How to Determine if A Railroad Job is Right for You
Railroad Jobs Industry The freight railroad industry helps drive America’s economy-and they are hiring. Locomotive engineers, car men (and women!), conductors, track workers, as well as highly skilled technicians are needed for today’s technologically-advanced railroad industry. Did you know that railroad personnel help operate some of the largest computer and private telecom systems in the world? With a growing economy and freight demand expected to jump 67% in the next 20 years, freight railroads are expected to hire more than 80,000 new workers over the next six years. The rail industry offers stability with fantastic opportunities for a long-term career path. Not to mention compe ive salaries. With railroad retirements on the rise, opportunities abound… Association of American Railroads, www.aar.org
Find Out Now and Help Yourself Avoid the Common Pit Falls You Could Innocently Make the Next Time You Apply.
Warning: Don’t blow your chance at a fantastic railroad job, just because you didn’t read this entire website!
If you start using the powerful tips and strategies revealed in my report the “Railroad Jobs Guide,” it’s possible that you could be riding the rails in the distant future!
Don’t be fooled into thinking the railroad is an easy place to land a job for everyone. Sure, they’re always hiring, but here’s a secret
You have a better shot at winning your mother-in-laws approval than you do of getting hired on your first – or even – 3rd try at the railroad.
Yes, it’s true. I know people who’ve been turned down 6 times by the RR. It wasn’t their fault really.
When you have the insider “know how” the secrets that will set you out from the crowded interview room you’ll control your odds of landing the Railroad jobs you’re dreaming about.
…Whether its Amtrak, Union Pacific, BNSF, CSX, KCS, Norfolk Southern, Canadian or any other railroad…
And you’ll strut out of the interview room knowing you have an extreme advantage over the compe ion…Because you were smart enough to find out the inside track on how to ace the RR interview.
You won’t have to feel intimidated by the interviewer. Or by the overflowing crowd of people who are desperately fighting for the job you want.
And you won’t worry about getting another “Sorry, we’re hiring more qualified people at this time,” note in your mailbox.
Once, I helplessly watched as a guy who looked to be in his mid 30?s got thrown out of the interview room before he had a chance to shake hands with the interviewer.
I’m sure you can imagine the humiliation he endured. Especially once he realized that others in the room started whispering about him behind his back.
Even before he made it out the door. Poor guy. I still see the look of despair that shrouded his face.
Word spread around to me what happened. Oh, man. If he only knew ahead of time that his tiny slip up would mean his career ended right there on the spot. It’s a shame too.
Thank-you Sean!!! I owe my upcoming successful career with “Union Pacific” to you! Sincerely Jim Robinson Sean I decided to email you, to let you know that I followed your e-book to a T. I had less than four hours to respond to a job-post that I just happened to stumble across with CSX. I didn’t think anything would come of it, being so late and the relentless effort to scramble my work history and a resume at the last minute, I managed to land a interview about a week later. Two days later, I received a phone call from CSX offering me job employment for the position that I originally applied for. I don’t know what happened or how it come to be, but, I said yes. I will start training in Feb-Mar 2008.I managed to use more than half of the words on your resume list that applied. I had never done a resume before and was complimented when the call came for employment. Your e-book on railroad jobs was well worth it-thank you. Jason L Miller Sean, I ordered your railroad jobs e-book about 6 months ago and read it through quite a number of times. It was full of good information and I found all of it helpful in my search for Railroad jobs. I was about to get out of the USMC and I wanted to move over into working on the rails so I used your… Read more…