Today’s auto industry offers ample opportunities for careers, not just jobs

A two-year degree in automotive service or collision technology opens the door to a variety of career paths within the industry.


Automotive technicians enjoy a technology-oriented career in which computer diagnostics and complex electronic systems keep them learning and problem-solving every day. Service advisors and collision repair estimators answer questions and guide customers through the process of having their vehicles repaired or maintained. Other in-demand career options include parts professionals and automotive machinists. You could even own your own business some day.


Whatever path you choose, technology and customer service will be paramount. You’ll have a rewarding career with the opportunity for growth and advancement. You’ll enjoy stable employment that allows you to work anywhere in the country – or the world.


Visit to learn more about high-demand automotive service and collision repair careers and find a position that lets you do what you love.


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Written by Developer Autoshop