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Auto Technicians Salary Essay Examples

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The Job Specifications of an Auto Technician
An auto technician is a special mechanic that is qualified to work
on all aspects of a car or motorcycle, not just a certain part of the
vehicle. whether, if it is working on fixing a radiator or just a simple
exterior or interior problem the car can be fixed by an auto technician
hints the word technician. Whatever problem...
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Financially Outrageous Athletic Salaries as the Product of High Ticket and Merchandise Prices
Athletic Salaries: Financially Outrageous or Economic Necessity In Major League Baseball this year, the average players salary was $1.9 million. (CNNSI.com) The average salary of a NBA (National Basketball Association) player was $2.6 million. (Staudohar 3) This is a serious problem considering that the average salary o...
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An Overview of America's Backwards Payroll System
America s Backwards Payroll System Have you ever noticed that Movie stars and Sport stars get paid millions of dollars annually, just to entertain us? In my opinion, other careers should be paid what they are getting paid, due to the jobs are more important than just entertainment. First lets look at one of the most impo...
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An Argument on the Salary of Professional Sports
When people think of high salaries they turn to the world of professional sports, because that is where athletes are paid outrageous amounts to do the things they love. Although some would argue that the athletes deserve these wages, I fell that not all professional sports are paid adequately. For an example of this sta...
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A History of NASCAR
The NASCAR name is permanently implanted in the sands of Daytona Beach Florida. About 50 year's ago the racing world was in its infancy. The Big War was over and thousands of men returning to the U.S. from the battlegrounds of the world were eager to begin life anew. They wanted a bigger, better, faster and more exciting wo...
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An Analysis of Auto Competition on Auto Manufacturers
Auto Competition
Auto Competition
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When an auto manufacturer needs to cut costs it will sometimes look for help from another manufacturer. This process results in a merging between companies in order to benefit one another. Companies may merge to be cost efficient or even to gain entry into another market segment. Eith...
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An Observation of Auto Theft in America
Auto Theft
Auto Theft
Over the last decade, our policy and resources have been focused, quite appropriately, on reducing violent crimes, sex offenses, and drug dealing. The original Sentencing Reform Act passed by the 1981 Legislature, placed auto theft at the bottom of the seriousness level list, with a rank of I and a sta...
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Korea and US Auto Trade Agreement Finally Seeing Completion After a Year
INTRODUCTION On 20 October 1998, Korea and the U. S. reached an agreement on auto trade after the tediously long time, almost 1 year. The negotiation had been a matter of concern and interest in both countries especially in Korea because it would bring great impacts on auto industry. Korean economy has heavily depended on a...
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The Future of Computer Technicians Work
After reading pg 63 in the book, Computing Ethics, and researching the internet. Michael Winter notes that, as a group, the information professions have only recently developed such distinctly modern characteristics of the professions as university training, professional associations, licensing procedures, and codes of ethi...
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A Comparison between Personal Computers Repair Technicians and Doctors
Personal computer (pc) repair technicians and doctors have a lot in common. Patients arrive at the doctor’s door bearing all manner of complaints or problems. I am sure doctors have seen and heard about every type of ignorant stunt a person can think of or do. My name is Skeeter Jones, and I have been a pc repair technician...
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An Introduction to the Steps of Developing a Career as a Pharmacy Technician
Preparing for a career as a Pharmacy Technician involves extensive training, good communication skills, and a willingness to work with the public. A pharmacy technician, also called pharmacy technologist, pharmacy medication technicians, or pharmacy assistants, provide technical assistance for registered pharmacists...
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Understanding the Industrial Engineering Technology Profession
Industrial Engineering Technicians Marc Yops For the subject of my research paper I chose the occupation of Industrial Engineering Technology. This job is very similar to one I might have since my major might be Industrial Technology. The industrial field is one that I am very interested in and offers many different jo...
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A Study on Automotive Technicians
As long as there are people there will always be a means of transportation. No matter what kind of mechanical transportation it will fail eventually. Which means there will always be a job that pays good money that is labeled “Automotive Technician.” The pay of an auto technician depends on many different things. The place...
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Why I Want to Become a Dental Hygienist
People always ask me “ What do you plan on doing after High School “. My response is always “ I Am going to become a dental hygienist “. And I say that statement with confidence .. A Dental Hygienst is a licensed dental professional who specializes in preventive oral health. That means they clean a lot of yucky teeth , ho...
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Negotiating Salary
First of all, this topic is very important to us as MBA student because in the next year we will negotiate about our salaries. In the salary negotiation I faced two difficulties. The fist one is the lack of information in the play role. The second one is that my partner had more information than me. So, I wasn’t satisfied i...
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Thinking About the Future: College, Career, Salary
As one is close to graduation, there is one thought that will always appear in the mind of soon to be graduates. “What am I going to do in life?” When a student walks across the graduation stage and becomes a graduate, they officially start a new life. This is the life where each individual will make their own decisions and...
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A Description of the Profession of an Electrical Engineer
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER DESCRIPTION Electrical engineers design, and evaluate the manufacture, testing, installation, operation, and maintenance of electrical and electronic components, equipment and systems.1 Electrical engineers work with an array of equipment and machinery, such as transformers, switches, electrical...
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The Case of the Squeegee Kids
Should people be punished for trying to put food on the table? Well, I dont think so. I want to address a topic that has the rich in an up roar, the squeegee kids. Its true that the squeegee kids dont pay taxes, but its not like they get health benefits from cleaning windows. Unfortunately these kids are being punished for...
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Teachers Should Be Paid According to Student Performances
Teachers should be paid according to student performances. Teachers that I have encountered on a high school classroom level do not care about the kids and how much they are learning. They only care about the paycheck. Some of my Good teachers are not rewarded. Incompetent teachers are protected. What's best for the kids i...
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An Introduction to the Degree in Pharmacy
Pharmacy In todays uncertain economy, getting a degree in Pharmacy provides a university student interested in biology with many opportunities. Students can work in a variety of fields including Pharmaceutical Sales, Researches, and Education. A pharmacy degree requires at least six years study. Salaries for pharmacists...
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Examples of Unlawful Deduction from Employees' Wages and Unfair Redundancy
Answer 1 After reading thoroughly the supposed case of Harry v Gannet Ltd. I found that the relative law is the Wages Act 1986. The Act provides for a remedy inspect of unlawful deductions from wages, with special provisions for retail employment; (NM. Selwyn, Selwyns Law of Employment, 10th Edition, pg. 512). Through t...
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The Other Side of Major League Baseball: The Business behind Entertainment
Major League Baseball is viewed by most Americans as a source of entertainment. Millions of people turn out during a regular season to see there favorite teams and players play a good game of baseball. However, few see the other side of this form of entertainment. Baseball is as much of a business as it is a source of recr...
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Higher Wages Favour the Educated and Skilled According to M. B. Zuckerman
It's a view of the techonlgy that has effected America He said it was well written but I needed to talk about the theme more. U.S. Wage Trends The microeconomic picture of the U.S. has changed immensely since 1973, and the trends are proving to be consistently downward for the nation's high school graduates and high...
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An Analysis of the Description of the Athletes Salary
Athletes Salary As you sit at the stadium or in your home and watch college football, basketball, or even baseball, do you ever wonder where the money goes from all the ticket sales? Colleges make a lot of money from their athletics. I feel that the profit that is made should partly go back to the student athlete. Coll...
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An Analysis of the Many Times Which Have Been Watching a Professional Game
Introduction I. How many times have you been watching a professional game and you've heard the announcers say, "Oh, he just signed a twenty four million-dollar contract" II. How many times have you heard the team you love, end up in finical trouble? III. Has the team you love to watch had to move cities?...
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