Job Opportunities in the Automotive Industry Pursuing a car career in the automotive industry can be a very rewarding way to work hands-on with vehicles and technology. If you are considering a career involving vehicles, it is extremely helpful to understand the responsibilities of various roles. Jobs in the automotive industry can span many career
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The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota (AASP-MN) is pleased to announce scholarship awards totaling $21,000 to help automotive service and collision repair students pay for tuition or tools during the 2021-22 school year. The scholarships are in the amount of $1,500 and are made possible by generous donations from the Minnesota State I-CAR
Service Advisor Job Overview A Service Advisor at an automotive repair shops acts as a liaison between customers and auto techs to guide car repairs through the shop. He or she communicates with the customer to help identify vehicle problems and options for repair, assists in ordering parts and delivers repaired vehicles to customers. Good
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota (AASP-MN) will be awarding scholarships to select students enrolled in post-secondary automotive (auto service or collision repair) programs. Scholarship awards will be $1,000 per student and can be applied towards tuition or tool purchases. Applicants must be enrolled in a Minnesota-based ASE-accredited automotive program in the fall
According to a recent demand analysis report commissioned by the Minnesota Transportation Center of Excellence: On average, Automotive Technology careers pay about $60,100 per year—about $4,000 higher than the average wage statewide across all positions. Over 21,900 people work in Automotive Technology roles in Minnesota as of the second quarter of 2020. Over the next
As part of its 2020 workplan, Minnesota Careers in Auto Repair & Service (MNCARS) “adopted” two high school programs to provide enhanced support and mentoring during the year. With help from industry suppliers, MNCARS recently invested nearly $5,000 into automotive programs at White Bear Lake High School and Independent School District (ISD) 916. ISD 916,
A recent 2019-2020 “State of the Industry” report published by Body Shop Business offered some insight into the collision repair market in Minnesota. Among the key findings: 5,042,568 light vehicle registrations 139,591 reported crashes 279,182 total crashes 418,773 damaged vehicles 181,468 repaired vehicles 748 collision repair shops 243 repaired vehicles per shop Perhaps the most
Thanks to another successful fundraising drive within the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota (AASP-MN) membership, the Alliance will be awarding scholarships to select students enrolled in post-secondary automotive (auto service or collision repair) programs. Scholarship awards will be $1,000 per student and can be applied towards tuition or tool purchases. Recipients must be
As students across the state return to school, more information about the benefits of a career in auto service and collision repair are available on carcareers.org, including new videos of students sharing their own passion for the industry. These students are the future of the industry and they share their excitement about the opportunities in
According to a recent article in the Star Tribune, Minnesotans have much to be proud of, including the third-highest labor-force participation rate in the country and an unemployment rate below the national average for 10 years running. Even so, a shortage of skilled workers is impeding Minnesota’s economic growth. By 2024, projections show a gap