Students Get An Up Close Look At Technology And Potential Jobs In The Auto Industry

At the Capital One demonstration, north Texas students used an augmented reality app to scan model cars.

By Courtney CollinsApril 25, 2018 10:00 am| , , , , ,

From KERA:

New research shows that even basic digital skills bump earning potential by about 17 percent. And since the auto industry is moving in a digital direction, there are a lot of good-paying jobs to be found there. A few hundred Dallas high schoolers just got to see for themselves.

When you think about the auto industry, what do you picture? Assembly lines, showroom floors and maybe, a pushy sales team? Think servers, artificial intelligence and the online marketplace instead. The game is changing, and Capital One wants students in north Texas to know that.

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