As a graduate of the CLTCC Outdoor Power Equipment program, you may work as a service technician, parts manager, sales person, service writer, or shop manager at a dealership, repair shop, rental center, golf course, or landscape business.
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49-3053 Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine Mechanics
49-3052 Motorcycle Mechanics
Tom Cromwell, President of Kohler Engines
Jim Paugh, NGK Spark Plugs USA, Inc.
Rick Zeckmeister, Briigs & Stratton , Vice Pres. Engine Marketing & Planning
Source: Outdoor Power Equipment, February 2014.
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Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics 2012, Occupational Employment Statistics 49-3053, 2012.
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