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The pace is very steady.

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The working hours were very flexible and you can work the hours that are best for you and your schedule.

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I've been trying, and won't stop until I'm hired

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I will make sure 24/7 metro function to satisfy customers through the provision constant electricity.

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12 sick days per year that carry over

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Job was nowhere near what was advertised.

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Not necessarily but you do need a driver's license for that position that is what would possibly eliminate you if happened recently or even under seven years the background check is going to catch it so if I were you I would be very honest and sincere and explain your situation to them but the recruiters are very hardcore they are the ones who pick and choose who works their reputation is on the line

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The conductor is correct. The senior citizen fare is not valid on inbound morning peak trains, those arriving in Grand Central Terminal prior to 10:00 AM on weekdays. It is valid at all other times. This information is available on the mta.info/mnr website under "Fares & Ticket Information". It is also available on the published Timetables.

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Yes, phenomenal benefits.

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Health, dental, eye and 401k plan.

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