Career College Search

Online Schools

Campus Schools


Have you begun your college search? Find a college that's right for you. Acess over 8500 Colleges, Universities, and Trade Schools in the US.

Begin Now!


Get Your Degree!

Find schools and get information on the program that’s right for you.

Powered by Campus Explorer

Career Colleges    » North Carolina    » Trades and Careers     » Auto Mechanic

North Carolina Auto Mechanic Degrees

Auto Mechanic Degrees: North Carolina Career Colleges

Career College: North Carolina Auto Mechanic Programs

Looking for accredited career colleges, technical schools, and universities in North Carolina offering Auto Mechanic degrees. Auto repair technicians and auto mechanics take their hobby and make it an enjoyable full-time profession in car repair.

Attending college in North Carolina will put in a centrally-located state within easy reach of the East Coast's major cities and many coastal recreation areas. This traditionally southern state has, in recent years, attracted a more cosmopolitan population, and is fast becoming a mecca for high-tech workers. Intellectuals enjoy the region around Durham, with some of the nation's most educated population. North Carolina has mild winters and warm summers, making it an attractive tourist destination for golfers, fishing enthusiasts, and beachcombers and sailors of all ages. There are also numerous inland activities, including hiking in the Blue Ridge Mountains and whitewater rafting and kayaking. Attending college in North Carolina will give you all of these opportunities, and more.

Get Your Degree!

Find schools and get information on the program that’s right for you.


Powered by Campus Explorer

North Carolina Career Colleges: Auto Mechanic Degrees

Opportunities should be very good for automotive service technicians and mechanics with diagnostic and problem-solving skills, knowledge of electronics and mathematics, and mechanical aptitude.

Job opportunities in this occupation are expected to be very good for persons who complete automotive training programs in high school, vocational and technical schools, or community colleges. Persons with good diagnostic and problem-solving skills, and whose training includes basic electronics skills, should have the best opportunities. For well-prepared people with a technical background, automotive service technician careers offer an excellent opportunity for good pay and the satisfaction of highly skilled work with vehicles incorporating the latest in high technology. However, persons without formal automotive training are likely to face competition for entry-level jobs.

Automotive service technicians and mechanics held about 818,000 jobs in 2002. The majority worked for automotive repair and maintenance shops, automobile dealers, and retailers and wholesalers of automotive parts, accessories, and supplies. Others found employment in gasoline stations; home and auto supply stores; automotive equipment rental and leasing companies; Federal, State, and local governments; and other organizations. About 16 percent of service technicians were self-employed, more than twice the proportion for all installation, maintenance, and repair occupations.

Median hourly earnings of automotive service technicians and mechanics, including commission, were $14.71 in 2002. The middle 50 percent earned between $10.61 and $19.84. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $8.14, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $25.21.


North Carolina Colleges, Universities, and Schools
Compare More Colleges and Universities
Find the Right School

Find more schools to match to your needs.

Colleges & Universities
Colleges & Universities: Search or Browse over 8500 Colleges, Universities, and Trade Schools in the US..

Find and Compare!

With access to over 8,500 schools to choose from!
Hunting for a new job? Get advice or search over 1.6 million jobs on the largest job site

Get Your Degree!

Find schools and get information on the program that’s right for you.

Powered by Campus Explorer

Support for eReferenceDesk
More information at
Support eReferenceDesk

Please click the "DONATE" button and enter the amount you wish to contribute:
PayPal