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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Associated Training Services

Millions of Americans have lost their jobs as the economy continues to fall. Even hubby’s company is greatly affected that it made all it’s employees cut back their work into 40 hours a week and not allowing everyone to get any more overtime. It’s sad to know that a lot of people today earned less than half of what they used to earn and what’s more sad is that those who have lost their jobs and can’t find any place to work. Well, hopefully things will work out best for every American as President Obama’s economic recovery plan is on it’s way. Part of President Obama’s recovery plan is focused on education, healthcare, energy and construction projects which he said will fuel the economy. Maybe, changing careers will be the best thing to do to accommodate the demands of the job market this coming year as the President’s plan takes effect. Since construction projects will be in demand in the coming year why not consider going into construction equipment operator training program and become a heavy equipment operator. ATS or Associated Training Services offers such training. It is America’s largest heavy equipment operator training school. To find out more about ATS visit

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