How do I get to work in a Car Dealership? I need a specific degree?
i.e. Ford, Chevrolet, etc...
Asked By: Aj - 6/10/2010
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I worked in the service dept for a ford dealership. I worked primarily on thier diesel trucks which is always garunteed work. The college program i attended did summer co-ops where the student is responsible for finding a dealership or independant repair shop/service center to take them on during the summer. Ive done... More
Answered By: Billy S - 6/11/2010
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walk up and go do you have any job openings and they usually do cuz car dealers usually get super rich and quit
Answered By: Matthew - 6/10/2010
lol. They don't get super rich and quit, most end up quiting because a car salesman is a commission only job after your training period, so if you don't sell any cars you don't make any money. I do know several successful salesmen. But anyway, no you don't NEED a degree of any kind. It could certainly help, but every... More
Answered By: A R - 6/10/2010
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