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Created On Thursday June 06, 2013 09:28 Diesel Talk
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Buggsdad
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Hi I am in school.and I was wondering if the auto/ diesel course would give me more options or should I stick with the all diesel class

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TDcrash63
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If you plan to work in an automotive dealership or light truck shop I would say yes. If you plan is to work in the heavy diesel market, Cat Cummins ect I would say no. Here in Nevada there is a shortage of entry level techs with a associates degree in diesel technology. Very high demand for skilled techs good pay long hours and many opertunities to learn and move up the ladder. If you get good grades, have good attendence, and no how to put in a good days work you will have no problem getting a job
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As a person that's been around the block so to say. I advise a younger person to look for a career that is not going to ruin your body. If you have a good mechanical aptitude
consider CNC or something on that line. Busting your hands etc is fine when young, not so good at age 60. That's my advice.
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