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Automotive Jobs

If you’re looking for a job that doesn’t require a lot of schooling and where you can get started right away, why not think about an automotive job? Careers in the automotive industry are varied, with different educational requirements and skill sets. However just about anyone with little or no experience with cars can get the training you need to have a career. This is a great option for anyone who wants to get to work right away, and as an added bonus, the job outlook for automotive careers is growing at a steady rate in the upcoming years.

Types of Automotive Jobs

There are a variety of jobs within the automotive industry that you can choose from. These include being a lube and oil technician, automotive technician, mechanic, master mechanic, auto body and paint specialist, or even an automobile engineer. With such a wide range in job titles, you have some choices to make. If you want minimal schooling and are willing to work for an average wage, then you can be a mechanic or technician. However if your plan is to make more money and you are willing to get a higher degree, being an engineer, designer, or master mechanic will be right down your alley.


Most automotive jobs don’t have an education requirement other than basic knowledge of how a car works. Of course if you choose to be a mechanic, you will need to know the ins and outs of different types of vehicles, which will require either an associate degree in college or a trade school certificate. Many online schools, community colleges, and vocational schools offer degree programs for various automotive careers. These programs don’t usually take more than 1-2 years to complete. Few automotive careers require higher education, except of course if you choose to be an automotive designer or engineer.

Skills Required

While there are no specific skills you absolutely need to get an automotive job, it does help to have some hands on experience. This can be high school or college classes in auto shop, or some basic technical knowledge such as changing tires, checking and replacing oil and air filters, and engine knowledge. The more you know before your trade school classes, the more successful you’re going to be as a mechanic or other automotive job you choose.

Salary and Job Outlook

The salary varies based on your location, experience, and education, but most automotive jobs range from $30,000 a year to $40,000 a year. Of course with more experience and possible management positions, you can earn closer to $40,000 a year or more. With a degree in automotive technology you might be able to earn a higher wage than those with no college degree.

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