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Auto mechanics diagnose and repair vehicle systems such as engines, brakes and climate control systems. Most employers prefer that entry-level auto mechanics have vocational or some other postsecondary training in automotive service technology. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, some auto service technicians get a two-year associateâs degree, during which they take courses in basic mathematics, computers, electronics and automotive repair. The BLS reports that as of May 2017, the nationâs 639,700 car mechanics earned a mean $42,660 per year.
Aircraft mechanics handle the maintenance of passenger jets, helicopters and private propeller planes. Their primary responsibility is to ensure that an aircraft functions safely for its passengers and crew. An aircraft mechanic must learn his trade in programs lasting from 18 to 24 months at schools approved by the Federal Aviation Authority, although four-year degrees are also available. The FAA then requires certification for aircraft mechanics for independent work. Aircraft mechanics averaged $62,540 a year as of May 2017, according to the BLS.
Diesel mechanics work on vehicles that require diesel fuel, which includes buses, trucks, railroad locomotives and some automobiles. As with all other mechanics, diesel technicians use computer technology to diagnose problems and to test repairs. Although many learn their trade on the job, most employers prefer those with postsecondary training in diesel engine repair. This course of study can last six months to two years. The BLS reports that bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists averaged $48,000 per year as of May 2017.
There are nearly as many different types of mechanics as there are different types of vehicles and motors. Farm equipment mechanics who deal with tractors, harvesters and other farm machinery earned a mean $40,880 per year as of May 2017. Motorboat mechanics who handle inboard or outboard boat engines averaged $41,350 yearly. Mobile heavy equipment mechanics work on construction machinery such as cranes, bulldozers and conveyors. They earned a mean annual $50,800 as of May 2017. Motorcycle mechanics who maintain and repair motorcycles, scooters and mopeds, averaged $38,270 per year.
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