It can be harder, but not many people leave so jobs don’t come up much. In the last 14 years only 5 people have been employed in my department. We have 30 of us spread over 3 shifts. The only ones that leave are people retiring. When I joined I was the first to be employed for 10 years and I was also the youngest by 12 years. Not many people learn what I do so it’s hard to come by people to do the job. We’re sort of the central hub where everything gets assembled and people come to to get things fixed! Oh and homers to be done.
But there’s lots of different skills in racing; machinists, mechanics, painters/wrappers, IT support, stores personal, rapid prototyping (3D printers), model makers, pattern makers, inspectors, electricians, truck drivers, garage assemblers/support. Just a couple off the top of my head.
Im surprised there isn’t more people from McLaren on here, there is loads of modified Audi’s in the car park.
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