Getting ready to graduate from universal technical institute. looking for an automotive technician job, do the jobs normaly pay well? i like outdoor activities what is there to do and what about colleges do they offer dental class's?
I'm a woman and have an interview for automotive technician job. How should I dress?
If I'm applying for an automotive technician job, and they want a clean driving record...how far back to they usually check? What if there is a blemish on the record but it's from six years ago? Can I say it's clean?
What if they are DUI's? One from six years, one from 9 years.
I have a job interview tomorrow at walmart and i was wondering what is the average payrate for being an automotive technician. I live in Granite City Il.
Also does anyone have any information on what the requirements are for being employed as an automotive technician. I have had previous schooling in automechanics but never received my degree.
I absolutely adore cars...i always think about them....and i was planning on going to uti and going into a dealership program for bmw or mercedes... but from what i heard the dont make much money and its a backbreaking job.... my other choice is to do an apprenticeship for plumbing and become a master plumber and start my own company..but since the economy the way it is my business will not have that many customer to thrive and an automotive technician has more job security. please any answers...they would be greatly appreciated
I am certified in 3 areas, steering and suspension, electrical and electronics, and brakes, and I know how to do tune ups and basic stuff. I am looking for an entry level technician job.
I just wanted to know if all automotive technician knows to fix all different types of car that we all use today wether it's old or new they still know how to fix the car! So what kind of technician are this called I know there's a name for that kind of job? Some mechanics that I see can fix any car but they said it's easy they explain it but it's complicated. Is it based on ur experience too or can you just learn it all in one.
The job that also considered a skill that I can think of is automotive technician, hairstylist, chef. That all I can think of. Do you know more?
The average amount of money made within a year/month for an automotive technician, either beginning and/or certified.
Question 1: do you get to choose your trade thats on your contract, or do they just whatever they want once theyve gotten you to sign?
Qestion 2: How long does it take to get into a particular trade? Like the automotive technician in Los Angeles?
Question 3: Can you go to a Job Crops in another state if you have a HS diploma and almost nothing on your record?
Question 4: Do you really have to be inside by 8?
I am a automotive technician and I heard that if your an employee at a job where the employer requires you to buy your own tools you are supposed to be paid double minimum wage. I have to buy my own tools and they are very expensive.
Is this a real law? And if so, what is it called?
I am in school to become an automotive technician. I am drug free, criminal background free and up until recently, speeding ticket free. I received an infraction, a standard speeding ticket (non criminal) and took care of it in a timely manor. This was my first ticket ever.
I've worked so hard to become an auto tech and have spent so much money on school. Will this speeding ticket prevent me from getting a good job in the automotive repair industry?
After high school I'd like to be an automotive technician, but I'm undecided on which school I should attend when I graduate. Right now I'm thinking about UTI, the GM school in New Hampshire, and the community college here in Maine. Location doesn't matter to me, I'd like to get far away from home, if I can help it. Thank you.
Why is it bad to b an automotive technician? this is for a research paper plz answer if u know y.
I'm thinking of becoming a automotive technician but not so sure anymore. i know american automakers are hurting but will there still be good business with foreign dealerships and other jobs requiring auto technicians?
Alright so im going to universal trchnical institute to help me jump into my career as an automotive technician...I have VERY little experiece. I currently work at a call center making a decent paycheck. Firestone offered me a job as an entry level tech and I dont know if I should take it or not. I will be paid on flag time and I will take a pay cut going there. But my question is, would this be an ok job to start my career off?
Ok so, I've had an epiphany about wanting to get into acting. This is the 2nd time this is happening, and I'm not sure why. Some people think it's because I'm a teenager(I'm 19) and others say it's a sign. I personally think I am just going through a phase and I'll drop all of this in the few coming weeks. Usually by now, it should be gone, but for the past 4-5 days I have been researching info on acting, acting, and acting. Agencies, casting calls, auditions, what it takes to get them, what classes to take, how long to take them, etc.
I don't have that much experience when it comes to this, but I did do theatre in high school. I did one play that was a group project. I never auditioned for any plays or anything because it never came to mind like it has while I've been in college. My sense of direction is all over the place right now, as I wanted to be a doctor or an automotive technician. Thinking about those two careers, they sound boring. For a job, you want something you like to do, something that motivates you, gets you out of bed quick. For the past week or so, that's what acting has been like in my mind. I liked some of the stuff we did in theatre, but I haven't done it in forever. Should I take a few classes here and there and see if I truly like it, then go for auditions and stuff and find an agent, or is this something that I am just going through and just scrap it all? I know you shouldn't let someone tell you what you can't do, but I need a 2nd(or 6th opinion) here. Please help. Sorry for the TL;DR.
I have gone the formal path and researched the average salary for an automotive technician through government information sites and such. The problem here is that there is a very large discrepancy between what the governments "statistics" say and what real life people on the job have to say. Would anyone like to share what the earning potential of a true,educated Master Technician could make?
Hello I'm a Student at Edison Job Corps studying to be an Automotive Technician. My school is setup that every three months you take a class for one ASE Certification. My school recommends that I should at least pass four ASE Tests before leaving. How many ASE tests should I complete if I want to make a decent salary? In addition, My teachers tell me that Automotive Techs make a lot of money but is that true and how much with Four ASE Certifications?
I'm 26 years old. I'm extremely skilled at hands on things. I'm an ASE certified master automotive technician, but there's no money in working on cars with the economy in the toilet. I can fix almost anything. I learn visually. I retain information well. I'm 6'6" and in decent shape. I'm very social and personable. I make friends with ease. I'm never nervous in a crowd. I'm very creative. I'm well spoken. What can I do for better than $20 an hour, or 40k a year?