What kind of working condition does a auto mechanic have

Asked Mar 05, 2010
It depends. It changes from mechanic to mechanic. Some have better working conditions than others. Working condition isn't job dependent, it's boss dependent. For example, bad working conditions for an auto mechanic might include no cat litter for cleaning up oil spills, a shortage of tools, no working ventilation system, and no sink to clean themselves off with at the end of the day. Well it's their boss's job to make sure they have those things. A good boss would have good working conditions and make sure they have all those things.
Answered Mar 05, 2010
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Answered Feb 07, 2013
NO at auto barters they will have a wide range of autos. Likewise there are numerous diffrent kinds of sale. Open auto sell-offs and Dealer just sales. At open closeouts merchants and private gathering venders will offer thier autos to open purchasers.

Answered Jan 08, 2018
Auto mechanics, also known as automotive service technicians, perform diagnostic tests and repairs on vehicles. They find employment in a variety of settings, from government agencies to repair shops. The precise working conditions depend on the employer, the type of repair that must be performed and the equipment needed to complete the task.

The mechanic’s job entails more than fixing a few cars. He must spend long hours in working conditions that are unusual to most other professions.

The BLS report for 2016 stated that auto mechanics frequently work overtime. Because some shops are open late or on weekends, mechanics may have to work evenings, Saturdays and Sundays. The majority of all mechanics are employed on a full-time basis.

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Answered Apr 19, 2018

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