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Transcript of Career Shadowing
You have to listen to the boss to know what t look for in the car to fix it and what to fix. Do Assigned Work:
When the boss says to do something then they go and do it. Be Prepared:
Take tools and dianostic equitment that is needed for that days wrok. In this job you do have to dress apporpriately.
Uniform: Work shoes, no jewlery, long pants, and a unfiform shirt. There is no set time they have to be at this job. It all depends on the economy.
If it's going good then you would make 50,000 and up.
If it isn't going so great then you would only make 50,000 or lower. This job pretty much has everything technology based in it.
Examples: Computer based handheld dionostic equitment, scoope to look at inside of cars, and other mechanical technology. You wouldn't need almost any social skills for this job. Training is needed all the time in this job. Everything is almost always being updated because of the new technology. Knowing how to fix and dignose cars. I would not do this career because the fact is, there is no longer any money in it. Also, because this exact company won't be around when I can get a job and I wouldn't want to this job anyways. I learned many things about cars. How to check all the fluids in the car and also how to check the air prussure in the tires. Plus I was with my Daddy all day.
:D I don't like the fact that there is pretty much no money in it and that you get really greasy and discusting by the end of the day.