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MIG welding is a mega-useful skill

MIG welding is a mega-useful skill

If you’re pursuing a career in welding you’ll likely want to master the skill of MIG welding, a term that originally stood for “Metal Inert Gas” and stuck through the years even after other gases
Seven Types of Diesel Equipment Driving the Economy

Seven Types of Diesel Equipment Driving the Economy

If you’re considering a career in diesel mechanics, you’ll want to ensure you’re familiar with the various kinds of equipment that use diesel engines. The National Biodiesel Board advises that diesel technology is key to the future
Nashville Audi Jobs In Reach For Lincoln Tech Students

Nashville Audi Jobs In Reach For Lincoln Tech Students

Since being selected as an Audi Education Partner last fall, Lincoln Tech has launched Audi-focused career training programs at campuses in Mahwah, NJ; Denver, CO; East Windsor, CT; and Melrose Park, IL. Now Lincoln’s historic
Lincoln Tech Teams With I-CAR At Industry Expo

Lincoln Tech Teams With I-CAR At Industry Expo

In 1940, Nashville Auto-Diesel College – now Lincoln Tech’s Nashville campus – introduced a collision repair program to train future professionals on how to repair damaged automobiles.  Today Lincoln Tech campuses in five different states
Heavy Equipment Maintenance is a Growing Career Field

Heavy Equipment Maintenance is a Growing Career Field

You make decisions every day, and many times they don’t have much of an impact on your future. Some decisions, however, should be made carefully. For example choosing a career path, whether you’re a high school
What Jobs are Growing in Tennessee?

What Jobs are Growing in Tennessee?

When contemplating a future career, it’s important to keep in mind which industries are growing versus what jobs are becoming obsolete. Everyone wants to work in an industry where there are opportunities and room for growth. That’s
Where Diesel Careers Are Growing

Where Diesel Careers Are Growing

When contemplating a future career, it’s important to keep in mind which industries are growing versus what jobs are becoming obsolete. Everyone wants to work in an industry where there are opportunities and room for
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