Ready to get your career moving?
Fortunately, some people seem to have a knack for making vehicles run smoothly. If you're one of those people, you should steer your way down the Transportation Industry career path.
You'll find three branches on this pathway: Aviation and Aerospace Transportation Services, Collision Repair and Refinishing, and Vehicle Maintenance, Service and Repair. Pick any of these branches and you'll learn transportation vehicles inside and out. Your classroom work, lab work and hands-on experience can give you expertise with a wide variety of vehicles, from scooters to 767s.
When you think about the importance of moving people and products, it's easy to see why professionals in the transportation industry are so valued. Choose this career path and you'll be putting your talents and passion toward a great future...both for yourself and for your community.
How much can you make?
|Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians||$23.15 - $31.87|
|Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists||$17.43 - $27.49|
|Heavy Truck Drivers||$16.21 - $23.70|
|Automotive Body and Related Repairers||$14.11 - $26.02|
|Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics||$14.06 - $25.99|
|Small Engine Mechanics||$12.24 - $19.84|