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Diesel Mechanic Schools in Illinois

Illinois is home to more than 12.8 million people. Its highways wend across 55,000 square miles of fields of soybeans and corn. With the greater Chicago metropolis along its Lake Michigan shore, the Land of Lincoln is a hub of American interstate commerce. Illinois residents and corporations own than 3.7 million trucks and 5.7 million automobiles. Illinois mechanic schools provide career training for diesel mechanics that help keep commerce on the road.

Inside Illinois Mechanic Careers

Automotive sales and service companies, private repair shops, and government agencies rely on diesel mechanics to keep fleets of trucks operating efficiently. There are repair and service jobs in small towns dotting the plains, but most vehicle owners live in the larger Illinois cities of Chicago, Rockford, and Springfield. Average annual earnings for auto mechanics in Illinois in 2006 were $37,240. The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that graduates of formal training programs have the best chance of filling job openings.

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Diesel Campus & Online Mechanic Schools in Illinois

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