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YANG Launches ‘Best Career for Your Future’ Video

YANGvideoThe Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) at the Auto Care Association has launched a new video, “Best Career for Your Future,” hosted on the new auto care careers website, www.autocarecareers.org. The video is a comprehensive overview of the auto care industry, highlighting the variety of career paths within its 500,000 businesses and 4.2 million jobs, and features testimonials from successful young professionals in the auto care industry.

The video showcases the sophisticated auto care industry’s high-quality employees and its exciting opportunities for young job seekers in multiple sectors including manufacturing, distribution, service and repair, retail and more. The video is among the many resources featured on the recently-launched auto care careers website at www.autocarecareers.org, which was created as part of the association’s Education Committee Auto Care Careers initiative to educate young people about, and attract them to, careers in the auto care industry.

“We all must do our part to keep this industry full of motivated, innovative and intelligent employees,” said Kathleen Schmatz, president and CEO, Auto Care Association. “’Best Career for your Future’ is a great way to teach the next generation about our dynamic opportunities, so that the best and the brightest continue to enter the auto care industry.”

Additional resources on the www.autocarecareers.org include a custom-built, interactive career accelerator where users can click on their preferred path to learn more about positions, advancement opportunities and career trajectories available in the auto care industry, as well as downloadable factsheets that detail potential job titles and the skills required for industry positions. Association members are encouraged to link to the new video and website, and use them as resources in their recruitment efforts.

For more information on YANG, visit www.autocare.org/yang, or email [email protected]. For more information on the auto care careers website, visit www.autocarecareers.org, email [email protected] or call 301-654-6664.

About YANG
The Young Auto Care Network Group provides auto care professionals under the age of 40 the opportunity to network with industry peers, enhance knowledge and improve leadership capabilities. YANG was formed with a desire to help young professionals establish a circle of peers to grow with alongside their careers. Participants are future executive level staffers of the auto care industry that see the value in establishing connections with other young professionals that will one day be business owners and key decision makers.

About the AutoCare Association

Based in Bethesda, Md., the Auto Care Association has more than 3,000 member companies that represent some 150,000 independent automotive businesses that manufacture, distribute and sell motor vehicle parts, accessories, tools, equipment, materials and supplies, and perform vehicle service and repair. Visit www.autocare.org.

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