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  1. Hi All, I met an MTA worker a few weeks ago, who pretty much convinced me to apply for job...actually a career....as an train operator. I am really considering doing so, because the career seems interesting along with the nice benefits. However someone was telling me that when an MTA worker (train operator) reaches a certain older age, the MTA forces retirement upon that person. The reason I was told, for example, was a person's eyesight. Eyesight gets worse with age and therefore the MTA forces you to stop working due to obvious hazardous reasons. Can anyone tell me if that's true? Thanks!
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