Let’s Celebrate Working on the Railroad
For more than 180 years, railroads have been the backbone of commerce and transportation in the United States. Union Pacific employees, part of that history for 155 years, are proud to carry on the tradition of hard work and commitment. In 1869, it took a crew of more than 20,000 to build our nation’s first transcontinental railroad. Today, it takes more than 40,000 dedicated men and women, living in 7,300 communities spread across 23 states, to operate America’s premier Class I railroad. From the hands-on labor of the 19th century to the high-tech engineering jobs of today, railroaders know how to get things done, every day,working on the railroad.
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