It's gettin to be that time in my life where i want to get started in a career....that's not to say that being a diesel mechanic isn't good enough....i'm just yearning for something more.
I've been tossing a few ideas around in the working parts of my noggin, and working in a toy shop sounds appealing.
So here's a question - what's the availibilty for training to do this....what prereqs must i have.......is there enough of a demand for bike/sled mechanics, for those who get the qualifications and would like a job afterwoods ()
Any of you that are bike mechanics (not backyard wrenchers), do you see yourselves being put out of work anytime soon? say...technology advancements requiring less mechanicing,w.h.y?
i'm just looking to gain some food for thought.
SO far, i'm deciding weather to pick my law studies back up and become a lawyer (anyone got any comments on that? )
Become a welder/
move somewhere closer to vancouver and twist wrenches, or just rob banks.
Yours, " confused , broke and tired of seeing new immigrants driving the fancy cars" Rdub.