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Auto Mechanic Schools in Colorado

Colorado offers numerous benefits to graduates of local mechanic schools. Not only does gas and oil production take place in over 65 percent of the state, making it a hub for automotive technology development, but Colorado is uniquely positioned to withstand recessions. Experts suggest that the state will add more than 43,000 jobs in the coming year, in cities like Denver and Colorado Springs.

Colorado Careers in Automotive Services

The Corporation for Enterprise Development ranks Colorado fifth in the nation for both long-term and short-term employment growth. And as the 4th Most Preferred State to Live In (according to the Harris Poll) and the state with the sixth highest percentage of sunny days (according to Morgan Quitno), its job growth should continue. With automotive technician training from one of Colorado's mechanic schools, you'll be poised for employment in this energy hub. Your career training will put you at the forefront of the some of the automotive industry's most significant advances.

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Auto Campus & Online Mechanic Schools in Colorado

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