Well on track to make the most of a lifelong passion

Well on track to make the most of a lifelong passion

In the latest instalment in a series showing how Durham is Powered by People, PETER BARRON meets a young man using his love of mechanical engineering to help build eco-friendly trains

HAD it not been for his conversation with a work colleague being overheard in a café, Liam Scott might never have found himself on the right track to achieving his dream.

After graduating with honours from Sunderland University, Liam spent months trying to find a job as a mechanical engineer but every job application ended in frustration.

In the end Liam started work in a call centre, knowing it wasn’t what he wanted, but needing to earn money.

Little did he know that his big break would result from having a voice that carries.

Source: The Northern Echo

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