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  1. I just found your Blog, great content, especially on the technical end of things. The reason I am reaching out is I was wondering if some career advice posts geared towards mechanics might be valuable to your readers. Ensuring they work with good employers and have some advice when it comes to searching for work.

    If you think this may be of value I have a couple of articles that you could use. I am a recruiter for Mechanics and run a small blog on our website with job search advice. I would be happy to share my posts with you, my goal is to have them help as many mechanics as possible. Below is a link to an article I wrote recently about resume tips for Mechanics, please give it a read and let me know if it might have a home on your blog.

    https://rockstarmechanics.com/tips-for-hiring-mechanics/f/resume-writing-tips-for-mechanics

    Thanks for your time.

    Dave Morley
    Rockstar Mechanics
    1-833-762-5787 m: 416-655-1243

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