Part time retirement

That's a long time brother
It normally doesn’t take that long. We had a ton of runner and gunner full timers during the time I should have been able to get hired. And a manager that absolutely hated hiring more drivers came on board about that time. So that delayed things for some of us. And I spent my first couple of years in a hub with a much longer average wait than that so it could have been worse.
 
It normally doesn’t take that long. We had a ton of runner and gunner full timers during the time I should have been able to get hired. And a manager that absolutely hated hiring more drivers came on board about that time. So that delayed things for some of us. And I spent my first couple of years in a hub with a much longer average wait than that so it could have been worse.
So how many years do you plan on working at this place?
 
So how many years do you plan on working at this place?
I have as little as seven years left as of October 1st. How far I go after that depends on whether or not we can reign in Bidenflation and/or if we can avoid electing similar clowns between now and then. The next contract SHOULD be settled right before I’ve earned thirty years of credit so I SHOULD be able to take advantage of the contractual bump in pension payments and leave then. In addition to the 2023 contractual bump. But I look at it as an inflation adjustment.
 
I have as little as seven years left as of October 1st. How far I go after that depends on whether or not we can reign in Bidenflation and/or if we can avoid electing similar clowns between now and then. The next contract SHOULD be settled right before I’ve earned thirty years of credit so I SHOULD be able to take advantage of the contractual bump in pension payments and leave then.
I'm a little leery about that next contract
UPS package, mechanics, and airlines contracts all expire the same time
Also management contributions will cease at the time also
 
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