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How often do the employees get evaluated? What benefits does the company offer? What are the daily duties on the job?

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#career #automotive I am 19 years old born in Marshall Islands. I am currently going to the Job Corps in Waimanalo. I am interested in learning about the ins and outs about automobiles and I am passionate about cars.

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Rosalind’s Answer

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If you look at today's cars you will notice that there is a lot of automation going on. There is computing technology in the car to do many of the basic functions as well as advanced entertainment systems. Learning about technology and programming will help you in almost any area you wish to go into. To diagnose many car problems today, just plug into the computer and get it's data to start. Automotive design is done with advanced modeling software. There are many different teams of people working on the programming that goes into the car.

In the IT world there are many different opportunities but most programmers starting out make over $65,000 a year, with a 4 year degree it's even higher starting.

As for evaluation, a good manager will give you feedback through out the year to make sure you have what you need, are doing the work and are growing in your skills. There is usually a formal review once a year. One thing that is important to learn is constructive criticism is good, learn from the advice of you coworkers and manager or supervisor. They are attempting to help you.
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Cheryl’s Answer

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An Automotive Service worker with an associate degree (2-year college degree) typically earns between $23,000 and $65,000 annually with a median salary of $39,500. Other factors such as company size and industry play a role in determining an individual’s pay. Individuals interested in automotive careers need the following skills: basic knowledge of cars and their functions, customer service and communication skills, sales experience and possess a valid driver’s license.

The duties, salary, and benefits vary depending on the company and your position. On a typical job site, employees' job performances are evaluated annually by their immediate supervisor.
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