Auto Mechanic Schools

Looking for an auto mechanic school near you? Start here. Build the skills you need today to be one of tomorrow's automotive mechanics, from Florida to California. Thanks to new technologies, you may even enroll in a distance learning program, and study where and when you want.

How to Become an Automotive Technician

Auto mechanic training can set you up with the necessary skills for your career. As automotive technology changes faster than ever, mechanics need the right career education to make sure they're up-to-date on the latest developments. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) notes that "most service technicians must complete on-the-job training, often as part of a formal education program."

Auto Mechanic Career and Salary

The BLS reports that the median income for auto mechanics was about $35,790 in May 2010, with higher wages reported by government and dealership employees. The number of jobs available may grow faster than average over the next decade.

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