What are the best schools for automobile mechanic?
also which job is similar to automobile mechanic and what do they do?
Okay I was just wondering how has a mechanics job changed since it started to how much will it change in the future? Will it always be traditional=hard workers, jumpsuits fuels etc.?
A career where physics would be involved and research of making engines better and more efficient. More of a scientist job than a mechanics job, if you get what I'm saying? You would still be able to work on engines and possibly develop future engine designs, while still doing a scientist job of observing and questioning things.
Also there would be a lot of use with CAD and 3D drawing programs.
I've already looked at being an industrial designer, but I don't have the creativity needed to successfully pursue that career. I'm more into the understanding of math and physics and making sure everything is accurate.
Also anything involving the aerospace field would work also.
where can i find automobile jobs in Toronto Canada?
Im living in Canada Scarborough...
i want to find a job in automobile trade. im qualified in automobile . please someone send me some websites that offers jobs free online. or a addresses of workplaces near Scarborough or Toronto...
i have visited sites but they are not that useful to me..
Floyd is now working on a job that pays $8,000 per year. He is contemplating a 1 year automobile mechanics course that entails costs of $1,000 for books and tuition. Floyd estimates that the course will increase his income to $13,000 in each of the 3 years following completion of the course. At the end of those three years, Floyd plans to retire. The current interest rate is 10 percent. Is it economically rational for Floyd to enroll in the course?
1) how do you become a auto mechanic here in California? What colleges offer this in ca?
2) what type of math is required for these positions
3) although this is quite different from aeronautical and automotive engineering why do the mechanics need to know the same concepts like they do for instance calculus, physics, blueprint reading and drawings
On average how much to Automobile Technicians get paid a month. As well as Mechanical Engineers?
My boyfriend plans on becoming a mechanic through army training, but me (being his girlfriend and wanting the best for him) noticed that level 1 mechanics don't make very much money. So how does one become a level 2 auto mechanic?
My husband is almost done with his ASE Master Mechanic Certification. His starting Salary at 20 years old was 21 dollars an hour. Now 4 years later and almost done with his Masters, how much better should his income become?
He did go to UTI in Indiana and finish his program in 18 months. However to become a Master you need more education and training.
If it helps we live in michigan.
I am looking into learning a trade and I feel auto repair would be a great job. My local university teaches auto tech and gives certificates for it. Would that be a great route at landing a job and how much schooling do I need?
I want them to do a good job at a reasonable price. Oh, and it has to be someone who won't ask a lot of nosy questions or look in the trunk when I'm not there.
My husband is due to graduate from The Universal Technical Institute with additional traning in Nissan/Infinity -- they say this extra training takes the average mechanic 7 years to achieve -- i wanted to know what someone with his schooling, right out of school, would make per year in a metro area like Atlanta? Thanks for the input!! <3
I love food and i love cars, you see i don't know which one i want to go to college for. but i want to take the job that is more stable and more insured that i will be sucessfull.
tell me why one is more better than the other? thanks.
Im into cars and everything about them. I know a little already but im only 13 and i still have time to study. Its wierd because i want to be a mechanic so bad but its wierd because my friends think i should do a girly job since i am a girl. But thats not what i want to do in the future.
I am asking about automechanics in general. My idea is somebody who started working on cars at a real young age, they started with on the job training then obtained a two year degree, they can make an automobile new again without spending unnecessary money, They have all the right tools and they know how to use them., and they are pay attention to detail. What would your requirements be?
What are the Salaries for the most expensive jobs?That get paid 100.000 or One hundred thousand a year.Or at least close to that range.Where people can seriously buy stuff that they want and live in big houses and have a great life...Like a doctor.Could you list all the Jobs?Be alittle more specific too if you can.Thank you.
How does the typical British auto mechanic learn his job? Would you say most mechanics in the UK learn their trade through a formal apprenticeship, or do most learn it simply through an informal on the job training system? Or do the majority of British automobile mechanics learn this trade by taking formal classes at a trade school or a technical college? How many years does the it take to learn this trade?
According to wikianswers they make between $50-75 an hour. Which I find hard to believe.
I love cars and I really want to work with them but the only thing is that an auto mechanic salary is very low, is like 35K. What kind of jobs working with cars have a high salary? Please help.
Basically im 17 (18 in one month :D) and i left school at 16 and went 6th form and quit because i didn't like it. I have had various jobs for the last two years and really am unsure of what i want to do as a career.
I like fashion, and acting but don't know where to go with it?
Anyone have any ideas on what i could be and how to get there?