Cool Careers Without College for People Who Love to Fix Things
People with "the knack" for making things work will be delighted to learn how to get started in so many interesting careers where they use their skills. Options described here include auto body repair technician, aviation technologist, computer repair technician, historic preservationist, lineworker, and motorcycle mechanic, roofer, and five more.
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