Picture this: you have nailed the interview and got hired for the job of your dreams as a diesel mechanic, automotive technician or auto body repair specialist. Life is great and you are amped when you realize that you’re missing some essential tools. If you’re not paying attention, tools can get expensive fast and since it will ultimately be an investment into your new career it is easy to justify the expense and get lured by the siren call of financing. Continue Reading
Your online search for automotive jobs has found you a few to apply for, but that’s not the end of your task.
When you get an interview, it’s a chance to sell yourself as an employee, and for the employer to sell the merits of working for their company. They ask questions, and you answer. Continue Reading
You can spend your time searching endlessly across the internet for sites that post jobs and then sorting through those lists to narrow down your choices. It sounds like a very time-consuming task, and it is. If you’re interested in a career in a certain field you need to refine your search options. Continue Reading
Whether you have experience or want to make a change in your life, working with vehicles is a great way to find stable employment in one of the world’s largest industries. Even so, the best mechanics can find it difficult to identify automotive employment opportunities that properly respect their skills and dedication. Continue Reading