Michigan

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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.

Michigan is host to more than 600 car dealerships, employing more than 36,500 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

36,644
Total Car Dealership Jobs
$59,177
Average Annual Salary
614
Total Number of Car Dealerships
$40.3 B
Total Car Dealership Sales
$740 M
Income Taxes Paid
60
Employees per Dealership
$2.2 B
Annual Car Dealership Payroll

Truck Dealerships

3,657
Total Truck Dealership Jobs
57
Total Number of Truck Dealerships
$2.5 B
Total Truck Dealership Sales
$203 M
Annual Truck Dealership Payroll

Training Centers

15 Total Number of Training Facilities

Baker College of Cadillac

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Cadillac Shop Car
Associate of Applied Science in Automotive Technology students will prepare for and take eight ASE Certification Exams after completing the course or courses in the respective areas.

Baker College of Owosso

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Owosso Shop Car, Truck
Associate of Applied Science in Automotive Technology students will prepare for and take eight ASE Certification Exams after completing the course or courses in the respective areas.

Delta College

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University Center Shop Car
At Delta, you get hands-on experience in Automotive Service Technology courses. We have two automotive labs and a number of vehicles that are used as teaching aids to help you understand the modern, sophisticated automobile.

Ferris State University

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Big Rapids Shop Car, Truck
Students who obtain the Associates in Automotive Service Technology have the opportunity to build upon their education by pursuing a bachelor's degree in Management or Automotive Engineering Technology within the School of Automotive and Heavy Equipment.
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Scholarships

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