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Seniority is KING at the transit commission. Highest divorce. Kiss your weekends goodbye. If your generally a happy person, prepare to get the positive energy drained out of you by negative employees.

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I will research TTC first and understand their services in more detail to become knowledgeable to work as a successful employee. I will understand the job duties and responsibilities and provide the relevant information about my skills and abilities to prove how I am the best person to do the job.

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As an Operator (bus, streetcar & subway)
If you are fairly new employee chances are you will have very long work days and unlikely to get a weekend off. If you have been there a while (10+ years) you can choose to work long or shorter times.
The more seniority you have the better work choices you have.

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Yes they require you to submit a criminal background check.

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I like to visit different places, mainly because of cultural differences and get to know the way they live,I would like to point that changing the job itself is very interesting to

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There is no culture at all

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Almost nonexistant

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They do provide training but i wasnt hired there as an operator or driver

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Clean criminal history

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