First there was the fax-on-demand…information received instantly by using a fax machine. Then the Internet evolved into the use of e-mail, producing email-on-demand with the use of autoresponders.
Due to the recession many people many folks have been laid off and have been forced to take jobs under their skill levels and previous pay. We call these individuals “under-employed” and it is amazing how many people are in this category. One recent survey by the Pew Institute claimed it was one in five people in our current working force, this on top of the one in six, seven, or eight that is unemployed in your area. Think about that for a second.
Collision repair is one of the largest sub-industries in the automotive industry today. With the continued increase in the number of motor vehicles on the road, the number cars and trucks damaged in accidents also continues to increase. This increase in the number of vehicles grows in line with the increase in the country’s population. In this vein, business and employment opportunities in collision repair continues to grow. These business opportunities include support businesses like supplying paint, paint booths, spray guns, auto body repair tools, lifts, hydraulic equipment, auto body parts, metal sheets and not least of which are the insurance companies. As a customer, you would deal only with the shop you take your car to, but behind the scenes, there is a long supply chain working to put your car back on the road.