Currently in the United States of America there are many job openings for auto mechanics and it is estimated that there will be a 185,000 person shortage by the end of 2006. This means that if you are trainable and have learned the skills you may find yourself in a very good position for getting that perfect job. Now then, how can you convince a potential high-end, good paying employer that you have the right stuff?
You must convince your future employer that you are organized, knowledgeable and can pass the certification tests required by the manufacturers. Each certification on your resume will be a feather in this cap. Completion of a degree in college also helps even if it is only a two-year degree. The employer once they know you are trainable will take your application seriously and you may find yourself with a decent starting wage too.
It is advisable when picking out a resume format for a professional auto mechanics job to not try to get too tricky with fancy fonts or formats. Simply choose a standard, basic resume design and put in the necessary and needed information. They are not looking for pencil neck geeks or graphic artists, they are looking for real auto mechanics who can get the job done right the first time. Consider all this in 2006.