Explorers hitting the road daily, the demand for jobs within the industry is growing -- and you don’t have to move to Motor City to get one.
Backyard mechanics are going the way of keypunch operators and typing pools. Computerized drive train technology has long replaced carburetors and today’s automotive technicians are as likely to be clicking a mouse or tapping a touch screen as turning a wrench. View More
A report that was recently released by the US Census Bureau named five cities in the U.S. that have at least 400 different businesses in the transportation industry and also pay an average annual salary of at least $50,000 to their employees:View More