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Auto Body Repair Technician

Auto body repair technicians or, as some prefer to be called, collision repair technicians, are multi skilled professionals. The skills required include, but are not limited to, mechanics, plumbing, air conditioning, wiring, welding, metallurgy, chemistry, painting, cleaning, estimate writing, management, glass work, geometry, art, aerobics and a good dose of social skills. This is a field for the person that likes a new challenge everyday. Cars are continually changing and people are always finding different ways to wreck them. If you are physically active and easily bored, this might be the career for you.

 

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This page last updated by R. Roach on 07/20/2015

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