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  • Wake County raises pay for school bus drivers

    David Neter, chief business officer for Wake County schools, is hoping pay raises will lead to the hiring of more school bus drivers who will improve service for families.

David Neter, chief business officer for Wake County schools, is hoping pay raises will lead to the hiring of more school bus drivers who will improve service for families. T. Keung Hui khui@newsobserver.com
David Neter, chief business officer for Wake County schools, is hoping pay raises will lead to the hiring of more school bus drivers who will improve service for families. T. Keung Hui khui@newsobserver.com

To attract more school bus drivers, Wake County is offering higher pay

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