When Mike Zebley took a job delivering equipment to Seattle-region automobile retailers this calendar year, he promptly uncovered that what most of his customers desired wasn’t equipment so considerably as individuals who knew how to use them.
Nearly each individual shop on Zebley’s route was so really hard-up for proficient mechanics that many promised Zebley up to $1,000 for any one he could recruit. Despite the incentive, on the other hand, Zebley hasn’t been equipped to supply a one mechanic. “Everybody that I go to needs techs,” he says. “They’re fairly desperate.”
Halt by any Seattle-region garage, motor vehicle dealership,