A recent story in USA Today highlights the anticipated shortage of technicians in automobile repair.
In the story headlined, "Serious shortage of skilled auto mechanics looming," the newspaper states, "in a world of job uncertainty, auto repair remains a career largely impervious to being outsourced abroad."
The story delves into young peoples’ growing preference to reach out to their friends via social networks as an alternative to driving to meet with friends in person.
The newspaper quotes Tony Molla, vice president the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), as saying, "Automobiles were our social network. Today’s kids are using more electronics to do the same thing."
For more, read the story here.