Mechanic Finds a Second Home at Union Pacific
Posted September 20, 2018 10:00 AM CDT
Family man Jacob Sullivan began searching for a new career in 2007. He wanted to work for a company that felt like home. That’s when he found Union Pacific.Read More
Sep. 5, 2018 02:00 PM CST
Back in 1979, there were few women working in field railroading positions. That didn’t matter to Annette Cannon.Read More
Aug. 22, 2018 09:00 AM CST
Prior to 2014, Latisha Dunton’s daily tools included curling irons and contouring brushes. She traded them in for wrenches and pliers to repair diesel electric locomotives.Read More
Aug. 17, 2018 12:00 PM CST
Train Conductor Eric Kuhl still has the picture he drew in kindergarten with his dream job scribbled in crayon: “I want to drive trains.” It’s no wonder Union Pacific runs in his family. Kuhl’s father worked as a train dispatcher for 13 years before taking a management position in St. Louis.Read More
Jul. 3, 2018 02:00 PM CST
Zach Gartrell spent a decade filling orders in a distribution center before following in his brother’s footsteps to become a locomotive machinist at Union Pacific.
In addition to the challenge, above-average benefits for his family and a regular, stable schedule drew Gartrell to the railroad.Read More
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