I applied for work on a train crew with a railroad without NARS. What are my odds of getting an interview?

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Blenta98

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I've have an excellent work history, extensive safety Shein Reviews
background, lots of commo experience, years of experience working outdoors in every imaginable weather condition. No issues with booze or drugs.
 
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JeffLH

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It shouldn't be a problem. You'll still go through the training provided by whatever railroad hires you. Other than short line/regionals, and maybe BNSF who seems to be in partnership with them, most don't give much credence to the various railroad schools or programs. The class ones want to train you their way.
 




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