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Auto Mechanic Schools in New Jersey

Automotive repair technology has become incredibly advanced, shifting the auto mechanic's image from "grease monkey" to "mechanical technology expert." This shifting image has led to both higher educational standards and higher salaries. According to New Jersey Future, auto mechanics in the state earn an average of $33,600 per year. Master mechanics can earn even more. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, auto mechanics in Trenton, NJ earned a mean annual wage of $37,610 in 2006.

Why Attend Auto Mechanic School in NJ?

Becoming a master mechanic can take hard work and dedication. These automotive professionals must become ASE-certified in eight areas of automotive service. Such extensive knowledge is the reason why master mechanics enjoy promising employment opportunities throughout New Jersey. Whether you want to become a master in the automotive trade or you're just beginning your auto mechanic career, New Jersey auto mechanic schools can provide a wide range of accredited career training programs.

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            At Universal Technical Institute (UTI), you won’t just train for a career. You can train for success. The hands-on training and high-tech skills you can get at UTI can put you on the fast track toward a rewarding career as a professional technician. Across the nation, you can find UTI-trained technicians working in great jobs with top manufacturers, dealerships and repair shops. 

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