I'd say its common knowledge that I dislike my job. However, as much as I complain I also pursue options to get out of it. I emailed a higher up about an office position and at the moment nothing is open. Well for the past month or so I have been observing the advertising we sell along the system, at station stops and such. I have a degree in this stuff. It interests me and I know how to do it. At the moment it is contracted out to a huge company, Titan Worldwide. To put it politely, our contract is being mismanaged. To not be nice, they are doing a shitty ass job. A sophomore advertising major could do better. Ad space sits unused for months or ads sit for months long after the contract is up. How do I know this? I see the blank space where ads should be, and I see ads for movies(at the moment 3) that came out months ago. Two of those movies are already on DVD. Movies that came out in November, don't pay for ad space in March. A single office employee doing this with knowledge of the system would not only do a better job, but also cost the company less. Contracting companies usually take about 50% of the profit. A single employee usually receives a small salary and 15%. And with my company being my only client and source of extra income(commission), you would be damn sure I would fill every possible spot. With plans to eventually do something like this... The Detroit People Mover - Exterior Train Wraps So its obvious to me that this is my way out of working terrible hours and probably even make more money although I have never complained about the money I currently make. But there is a problem. I imagine I have to speak with one of the higher higher ups, but NJ Transit does a great job keeping his email and number private. He has a mailbox in the office, but I'm not sure that is the most professional way to request a meeting. How should I go about this? I have already done a lot of research on doing this. I have even spoken with the media director at the above link, and a vinyl distributor in upstate NY that could handle the wraps and outdoor ads if it were to go that way. So what do you guys think about all this?