Automotive Schools in Missouri

Graduates of Missouri automotive career training programs can often find the best job prospects in the more populated areas. Kansas City is Missouri's largest, followed by St. Louis and Springfield. According to Salary.com, Kansas City auto mechanics make a starting salary of $31,700, while more experienced mechanics can earn anywhere from $43,200 to $55,200.

Missouri Auto Mechanic Careers

Missouri is home to giant retailer O'Reilly Automotive. The company, which has its headquarters in Springfield, saw $178.1 million in profits in 2006, an 8.4% increase from 2005. While no degree can guarantee a particular career, focused training within the field can give graduates an advantage over less-qualified applicants.

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List of other Automotive schools in Missouri
David Ranken Jr. Technical Institute, 4431 Finney Ave.,St. Louis 63113


Ranken Technical Institute, 4431 Finney Ave., St. Louis63113, Tel.314-371-0233


Sullivan Educational Centers, 1001 Harrison, Kansas City64106, Tel.816-471-1811


TAD Technical Institute, 7910 Troost Ave., Kansas City64131, Tel.816-361-5640


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