Would You Like To Learn Auto Body and Paint?
Hands-on: Why should your job be boring and dreadful? You can earn income doing the things you like to do. If you’re someone that likes working with your hands, a high-tech environment and you enjoy being able to step back and see the results of your work; then collision repair may be a good fit for you.
High income potential: I-Car Education Foundation completed a survey, showing the average income that an auto body repair technician earns. You may be surprised that the average income of $51,312 is higher then many other comparable trades. In fact, the top 10% earn $88,460. Although, just like with any career, you shouldn’t expect this your first year on the job. These are the incomes you can expect to make with experience and commitment.
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- As long as people continue to drive vehicles, there are going to be accidents.
- As long as there are accidents, there’s going to be people required to repair those damaged vehicles.
- The roads are getting busier every day with traffic as population grows.
- Job not outsourced – Vehicles involved in an accident will not be shipped overseas to have repairs completed and shipped back.
A collision repair and/or refinish technician are only a few of the possible career paths this training can lead you to. Others include:
- Automotive Technician
- Collision Estimator
- Aviation Paint Technician
- Auto Assembler
- Customer Advisor
- Part Specialist
- Body Shop Manager
- Body Shop Owner
- Auto Damage Appraiser
- Collision Instructor