How hard will it be to get a job as a entry level Diesel Mechanic?

I am probably willing to relocate anywhere when I get my degree. I am currently applying to a school in Arizona that is for Diesel mechanics ,it is supposed to be the equivelent of a 2 year degree. I already know about the pay just starting and journey level pay. I just want to be able to get my foot in the door! Does anybody know how difficult it might be?

Asked By: OzarkOasis - 7/23/2007
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No trouble at all. Here check this out! Good Luck!
Answered By: Tekkaman Saber - 7/23/2007
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I don't think you will have any trouble getting a job. Good mechanics (both auto and diesel) are very hard to find these days. The School will probably have a job assistance program to help you get work I would imagine. Look into that before you go for the school.
Answered By: MusicMan5537 - 7/23/2007
I wish I knew but you did the right thing. You're gonna be making great money soon. Congratulations on finishing school. My advice is to check around at different diesel repair shops. They'll be able to direct you in the right direction if they can't hire you. I'm sure that many of their mechanics had the same question... More
Answered By: Terrence B - 7/23/2007
Once you finish school you should be able to put in applications most anywhere you would like to live. There is always a shortage of good diesel mechanics. Applying to the big trucking companies directly will be easier than a shop.
Answered By: happybidz2003 - 7/23/2007
Well, there is job availability. The problem I usually see is "experience wanted". I myself went to diesel school after High school and Vo-tech. I went to what was then called "Ohio Diesel Tech" in Cleveland. Once I got out and went back home (NY) I was able to land a job at a local bus garage for a few years and then... More
Answered By: zebrajeep - 7/23/2007
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