Massachusetts

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Modern car and truck dealerships provide a wide variety of unique and challenging careers to meet the interests and skill levels of almost anyone. These careers offer responsible individuals competitive salaries, great benefits, and excellent opportunity for advancement.

Massachusetts is host to about 400 car dealerships, employing more than 24,000 people. Demand for employees is high, which translates into job security. Many jobs are high-tech and challenging as well as rewarding. Job-seekers can find vital information on training opportunities and scholarships below. Jump start your career today.

Car Dealerships

24,327
Total Car Dealership Jobs
$65,710
Average Annual Salary
391
Total Number of Car Dealerships
$21.3 B
Total Car Dealership Sales
$626 M
Income Taxes Paid
62
Employees per Dealership
$1.6 B
Annual Car Dealership Payroll

Truck Dealerships

3,272
Total Truck Dealership Jobs
51
Total Number of Truck Dealerships
$2.2 B
Total Truck Dealership Sales
$182 M
Annual Truck Dealership Payroll

Training Centers

5 Total Number of Training Facilities

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

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Boston Shop Car
As a BFIT student, you will learn how to repair all makes and models by automotive professors with decades of industry experience. In a full-service working garage, using state-of-the art equipment, you will learn how to diagnose and repair all areas of the modern automobile.

MassBay Community College

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Ashland Shop Car
Automotive technicians today need cutting-edge skills to keep pace with the advancing needs of the industry. In partnership with BMW, General Motors, Jeep/Chrysler, and Toyota/Lexus, programs within MassBay's Automotive Technology Academy offers hands-on training, taught by our ASE Master-certified faculty on state-of-the-art equipment and vehicles at our Automotive Technology Center in Ashland.

Mount Wachusett Community College

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Gardner Shop Car
Our Automotive Technology certificate program will provide you with the hands-on training and comprehensive knowledge you’ve been looking for to begin or enhance your career in automotive service.

Shriver Job Corps Center

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Devens Shop Car
Test vehicle systems and parts, identify mechanical problems, perform basic maintenance, repair and replace parts, and interact with clients. Work on engines, transmissions, drive belts, brakes, electronic steering systems, diagnostic tools, power tools, and common hand tools.
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Scholarships

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