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Auto Mechanic Schools in Illinois

Few would think of Illinois as synonymous with automobile production. Yet, beginning in the early 1900s, as many as 600 manufacturing companies located in Chicago were producing automotive parts, from tires to gauges, making Illinois an essential part of automotive history. And it's this rich history that makes the state's mechanic schools an excellent place to begin your automotive career.

Invest in an Illinois Career Education

Thanks to economic development initiatives and investments in workforce education, auto mechanic career training in Illinois can give you an edge in securing a job. The state's job growth rate exceeds that of the nation, while housing remains among the country's most affordable. In fact, Springfield recently earned the distinction of having the strongest housing market in the Midwest. Auto mechanics will find that in the coming years, job opportunities will grow faster than average – particularly for those with formal career training. Illinois auto mechanics earn an annual mean wage of $37,240.

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Auto Campus & Online Mechanic Schools in Illinois

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