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BC: The End

FC: By Sebastian Rozo | The Workplace, Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.

1: Sebastian Rozo Block 3 The Workplace, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. Mechanics

2: | Mechanics in the 1920s were very different than those of today. There was very little technology, tools were not electric but man powered. Communication was either face to face or by letter. Phones were not a regularity When parts had to be ordered, the mechanics would have to wait for them to arrive. | 1920's Mechanics

3: 1930's | | | In the 1930s the occupation of mechanics became more common as owning a car was a regularity of 30's families. Mechanics worked in a freelance style, however some were actually hired to work in. a mechanic shop | Typical wrenches used by mechanics back then

4: In the 1940s the use of car lifts was introduced. This greatly helped mechanics work on cars from underneath instead of using other methods of getting under the car. | 1940s | Mechanics used the method of a type of hole under the car in order to work on it. This was a huge invention and has been innovated and used up to this day.

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6: 1950s | | By the 1950s auto repair garages were something of the regular. Phones were now being used and mechanics could order and receive parts easier. Some tools were now electric powered and the component within the car had greatly been innovated.


8: 1960s | |

9: In the 60s new machinery was coming out every year. The auto industry was booming, everyone had or wanted a car. Advertising for auto repairs, and cars was all over the place. People were now being trained as mechanics and opening up their own garages. However schooling for mechanics was available as well.

10: 1970s | Not much changes were made between the 60's and 70's. Advertising continued to grow, as did the use of phones and tv ads. There were some innovations in the machinery that occurred.

11: 1980s | The 80's didn't have much of a change either. The car industry continued growing, advertising, and communications.

12: 1990s | | The 90s people got degrees from technical schools and opened up their own garages. Self owned garages are seen all over the place up to this day. People are now opened specialized garages just for paint or tires, etc.

13: | An example of 90's garage some look like this up to this day.

14: In the new millennium, many tools are automated, a lot is done by machines highly reducing the amount of work that has to be done by the person. Newer cars are automated and just require little maintenance unlike cars of the past. | 2000s

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