Panel: To ‘reimagine rail,’ railroads must attract highly skilled workers

From left: Jeffrey Bennett, president of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials DC; Caroline Decker, Amtrak vice president of the Northeast Corridor service line; Greg Deibler, director of asset health at the Association of American Railroads; and Chen Zhou, deputy program director at Jacobs Engineering Credits:;;; REMSA

The growing need for a workforce prepared to handle the rail industry’s increasingly complex and innovative technology emerged as a key topic of discussion last week during the “Reimagining Rail” webinar hosted by the Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association (REMSA) and Stahl Recruiting. 


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