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I'm not sure, I had friends that did that right after high school. Most did both gas and diesel and we able to get good paying jobs right after they graduated. They're now in their early 30's and have worked steadily non-stop in a good field. The benefit to studying gas and diesel is that you become much more valuable to a shop or a dealership as you can go back and forth.

Anyhow, they just looked at their local vocational school and found the best one with the highest graduation rate and the highest employement rate right after graduation ... that's what it's all about, by the way.
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