Best-Paying States for Auto Mechanics
The states and districts that pay Auto Mechanics the highest mean salary are Alaska ($57,150), New Jersey ($49,410), Maryland ($48,760), Washington ($48,290), and Connecticut ($48,110).
What are the highest paying automotive mechanic jobs?
Career Options for the Highest-Paying Automotive Jobs
|Job Title||Median Salary (2016)*||Job Growth (2014-2024)*|
|Automotive Body and Glass Repairers||$40,370||9%|
|Transportation Equipment Painters||$42,150||6%|
|Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics||$38,470||5%|
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What are the highest paid mechanics?
The Top 10 Highest Paying Careers for Mechanics
- #1 Aircraft Mechanic. Job Description.
- #2 Industrial Machinery Mechanic. Job Description.
- #3 Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanic. Job Description.
- #4 Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic. Job Description.
- #5 Diesel Mechanic. Job Description.
- #6 Electrical Mechanic.
- #7 Radio Mechanic.
- #8 Automotive Mechanic.
How much does a certified mechanic make a year?
Half of all mechanics made between $27,150 and $48,230 a year. According to SimplyHired, the average salary for ASE certified mechanic jobs is $38,000 a year as of May 2013. Many employers also offer commission based on the volume of work, according to the BLS.
What state pays diesel mechanics the most?
Detailed List Of Diesel Mechanic Salaries By State
|Rank||State||Cost Of Living|
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