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Hey everyone, just updating so .... i heard today that there will be no more c/r classes  till next year. But dont be discouraged because things can change fast. My advice is to keep doing your everyday normal life and enjoy it now.

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2 hours ago, Janelleeac said:

Hey everyone, just updating so .... i heard today that there will be no more c/r classes  till next year. But dont be discouraged because things can change fast. My advice is to keep doing your everyday normal life and enjoy it now.

Who/what is your source? 

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6 hours ago, Janelleeac said:

Hey everyone, just updating so .... i heard today that there will be no more c/r classes  till next year. But dont be discouraged because things can change fast. My advice is to keep doing your everyday normal life and enjoy it now.

thanks for the update

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9 hours ago, Sixgvd94 said:

Who/what is your source? 

I work for TA and thats what i hear all around. “No more c/r classes for this quarter” 

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2 hours ago, Janelleeac said:

I work for TA and thats what i hear all around. “No more c/r classes for this quarter” 

Well thanks for letting us know. Do you know when the next quarter starts? 

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41 minutes ago, Sixgvd94 said:

Well thanks for letting us know. Do you know when the next quarter starts? 

Next class should be in February as I've said on the last page, ya'll thought I was joking lol.

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3 minutes ago, Ayesha said:

Hey guys any updates on the last number called??

898 was last appointed, 15xx pre employment, and 5000 for the OPA

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On 10/24/2018 at 9:54 AM, dman1455 said:

Next class should be in February as I've said on the last page, ya'll thought I was joking lol.

Denial lol, I believed ya lol. I figured it would be after holidays. 

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7 hours ago, dman1455 said:

898 was last appointed, 15xx pre employment, and 5000 for the OPA

 

7 hours ago, dman1455 said:

898 was last appointed, 15xx pre employment, and 5000 for the OPA

Wow!!! I guess we have some waiting to do. I’m just speculating but maybe a lot of ppl will be retiring for the New Year. Let’s say wishful thinking. 

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Has anyone gotten any updates as far as hiring or a new class? I call transit but I guess they are tired of people calling and they always place me on hold. 

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23 hours ago, Richi3stayfly said:

How much do conductor start at and wat is top pay ? 

22.14/hr starting pay, 31.63 after 5 years. 

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22 minutes ago, workisforlames said:

So after you reach top pay are there no more raises in salary?

You'll get one afterwards every time a new contract goes in effect where top pay is raised. 

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5 hours ago, Mtahopeful121986 said:

Who has a higher top pay conductor or track worker? And who generates more overtime 

I believe a conductor gets paid more. But a track worker always get OT. Both positions have the same potential earnings. There are both track workers and conductors with salaries over 100k due to OT. 

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On 11/5/2018 at 6:11 PM, Bmpo7 said:

22.14/hr starting pay, 31.63 after 5 years. 

Isn't it top pay after 6 yrs? On your 7th year? 

 

Cause after 5 full years make me reconsider perhaps going for it. My raise coming next month at the hotel I'm going up to $30.50 ot after 35 hrs. On base salary I'm on pace for 83,500. At full salary I would be on pace for $112k or so. With my new bump in raise, next year on same pace I would've earned $95,00. 

 

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4 hours ago, Nyctransitorhotels said:

Isn't it top pay after 6 yrs? On your 7th year? 

 

Cause after 5 full years make me reconsider perhaps going for it. My raise coming next month at the hotel I'm going up to $30.50 ot after 35 hrs. On base salary I'm on pace for 83,500. At full salary I would be on pace for $112k or so. With my new bump in raise, next year on same pace I would've earned $95,00. 

 

It's after 5 years. I have to ask: why you leaving your job? Hotel seems pretty secured no?

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15 hours ago, workisforlames said:

So after you reach top pay are there no more raises in salary?

Yes, after new contracts. I envision top pay being around $34.50 before any of us make it to top pay.

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On 10/25/2018 at 12:48 PM, dman1455 said:

898 was last appointed, 15xx pre employment, and 5000 for the OPA

So if you're 95XX on the list, do you have any realistic shot of being called?

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4 minutes ago, ren said:

So if you're 95XX on the list, do you have any realistic shot of being called?

Yes. When I got hired, I asked what number they get up to. The guy told me usually about 10,000.

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44 minutes ago, adorkasherri said:

Yes. When I got hired, I asked what number they get up to. The guy told me usually about 10,000.

How long did it take them to reach that number?

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