NEW ORLEANS -- Despite tougher economic times and higher unemployment, the retail automotive industry needs 35,000 people for new high-paying auto technician jobs, and tens of thousands more for sales, finance and other positions at dealerships. But a new study released at the National Automobile Dealers Assn. convention here shows that few students, parents and educators are aware of these jobs and their benefits. "Anyone interested in job security and in making a very good income has a ...

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