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Diesel Mechanic Schools in Indiana

There are more than 6 million residents, with 9 million vehicles, in the state of Indiana. The Hoosier State is, after all, the home of American auto racing. Indiana mechanic schools provide career training programs that feed sales and service companies, corporate and government truck fleets, and independent garages from Gary in the north, down to south-state Bloomington.

Living and Working in Indiana

The Indiana economy is still centered on steel production, but has grown to include the manufacturing of electrical equipment and petroleum products, in addition to its agricultural base. The largest cities include Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, and Muncie. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a 2006 average national income of $35,180 for auto mechanics. The government predicts an 11 percent job growth through 2014, with the best opportunities reserved for those with formal training.

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Diesel Campus & Online Mechanic Schools in Indiana

This list may contain out-of-state and online schools that accept students from Indiana
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