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Guide to Automotive Industry Jobs

GUIDE TO AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY JOBS PRESENTED BY drive180 OVER 1.7 MILLION PEOPLE ARE EMPLOYED BY THE AUTO INDUSTRY IN THE U.S. 1.7m AUTOMOTIVE JOBS by state, 2013 STATES WITH THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF AUTO JOBS Automotive engineers: Michigan, California, Tennessee, South Carolina, Alabama, Texas Car dealerships/sales: Massachussets, Connecticut, New jersey Service technicians and mechanics: Arkansas, California TYPES OF AUTOMOTIVE JOBS AUTO MANUFACTURING/ ASSEMBLY LINE WORKER AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS CAR DEALERSHIPS/ SERVICE TECHNICIANS SALES AND MECHANICS WHAT DO THEY DO? Assembly line workers work in manufacturing plants that use complex machinery to build cars and car parts. To be a great assembly line worker, you need a high school degree and ability to work with heavy machinery. Automotive engineers conceive of and design Car Salespeople work at dealerships and help customers through the buying process. To sell cars, you don't need any particular education (though a marketing or business degree may help), but you do need to have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to talk to clients about warranties, insurance, and financing in a clear way. Service technicians and mechanics are the people car owners turn to to figure out problems with their vehicle and fix them. To be a service technician, you need to attend either a cars and new car technology. To be an engineer, you need a higher education degree, a love for math and science, and love solving problems as part of a team. technical college or specialized program to learn how to troubleshoot car issues and fix and replace car parts. MAJOR U.S. AUTO COMPANIES GM CHRY SLER Ford SALARY RANGES AUTOMOTIVE ASSEMBLY LINE CAR DEALERSHIPS/ SERVICE TECHNICIANS by job title AND MECHANICS ENGINEERS WORKERS SALES SALARY $52,000-120,000 $22,000-$58,000 $18,000-74,000 $20,000-59,000 AVERAGE $80,000 $44,000 $42,000 $36,000 TO FIND AN AUTO INDUSTRY JOB, VISIT: DRIVE 180.COM drive180 ALL AUTOMOTIVE JOBS. ALL IN ONE PLACE.

Guide to Automotive Industry Jobs

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A simple guide for people looking for a job in the automotive area of USA. Describes the impact of this industry in the country and states, the types of work and average wages.

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