Pennsylvania

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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.

Pennsylvania is host to more than 870 car dealerships, employing more than 50,000 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

50,275
Total Car Dealership Jobs
$52,028
Average Annual Salary
872
Total Number of Car Dealerships
$39 B
Total Car Dealership Sales
$792 M
Income Taxes Paid
58
Employees per Dealership
$2.6 B
Annual Car Dealership Payroll

Truck Dealerships

7,955
Total Truck Dealership Jobs
124
Total Number of Truck Dealerships
$5.3 B
Total Truck Dealership Sales
$441 M
Annual Truck Dealership Payroll

Training Centers

20 Total Number of Training Facilities

Automotive Training Center at Warminster

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Warminster Shop Car
Breaking out in today’s automotive industry demands mechanical know-how and experience. Who better to learn from than professionals who’ve already earned their stripes out in the field?

Bedford County Technical Center

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Everett Shop Car
The Automotive Technology program provides students with theory and hands-on experience using the latest training and diagnostic equipment to learn trouble shooting and repair of all modern vehicles.

Berks Career and Technology Center, East Campus

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Reading Shop Car
Students are prepared to enter the auto body and collision industry as entry level technicians. Management, service and business ownership are career paths that many graduates successfully pursue.

Berks Career and Technology Center, West Campus

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Leesport Shop Car
Students are prepared to enter the auto body and collision industry as entry level technicians. Management, service and business ownership are career paths that many graduates successfully pursue.
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Scholarships

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