Norfolk Southern will hire 500 more people by the end of the year as demand for service continues to grow and current employees retire, according to the Class I railroad. The potential new hires -- including train conductors and maintenance personnel -- will be in eight states. "These jobs offer excellent pay and benefits and the opportunity to build a long-term career at a company that has been vital to the U.S. economy for more than 180 years," said Cindy Earhart, NS vice president of human resources.

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