It actually depends on the job. If you have to take a test your score has a lot to do with when you will be called for an interview. Also they're people who have waited longer than 6 years to get a call. It always depends on the position who applied for and your position in line.
It depends on how fast the next class is starting. I started in October and started working in December..
Or pentene how you score on your exam
Answered - New York City Cleaner (Current Employee) - Glendale Queens
Be prepared for an extensive process. Do not lie on your resume, they will find out. Expect months from the interview for a follow up. Good thing is that if you pass the initial screening screening, things snow ball from there.
Answered - Associate Transit Service Specialist (Current Employee) - New York, NY
Like a month or 2...
Hopefully, to get it as soon as possible, but some says, it takes them 2 years in continuous applying and patiently waiting paid off.
Do all their hiring process for jobs usually takes 3 months to a year? I applied for the Ticket Clerk position and wanted to know if they usually take long to get back to you.
3 months to 1 year hiring process?..good credit and no criminal record is important
Answered - various... from a mop to the top... (Former Employee) - Jamaica, NY
2- 4 months
Answered - Bus Operator (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
It does not take 6 years! I applied online for a position on February 8, and received notification for test on June 17. Took test on July 7 and passed. Completed background investigation and now waiting for interview.
It's lengthy but it's not 6 years.