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Aircraft Mechanic Job Outlook

There are currently an estimated 116,830 Aircraft Mechanics in the United States. The Aircraft Mechanic job market is expected to grow by 4.1% between 2012 and 2022. The majority of job opportunities exist in Texas, California, and Florida, and as a percentage of the population Alaska and Oklahoma have the most Aircraft Mechanics representing 4.048 in 1000 and 2.246 in 1000 of the total job market respectively.

How to Become an Aircraft Mechanic

Interested in becoming an aircraft mechanic? Here are your next steps.

  1. Take the Sokanu Career Test

    Would you make a good aircraft mechanic? Sokanu's free assessment reveals how compatible you are with a career across 5 dimensions!

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  2. Get the Education

    A certificate or associates degree is required to be an Aircraft Mechanic. A business management and administration degree is preferred. Schools offering education in this field include:

    • Columbia College | Columbia, SC
      Offers: Certificate, Associates
    • Asnuntuck Community College | Enfield, CT
      Offers: Certificate
    • Porter and Chester Institute of Branford | Branford, CT
      Offers: Certificate
    • Lincoln Technical Institute-East Windsor | East Windsor, CT
      Offers: Certificate
    • Housatonic Community College | Bridgeport, CT
      Offers: Certificate, Associates
  3. Get Hired

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Demand for Aircraft Mechanics

The Aircraft Mechanic industry is concentrated in Texas, California and Florida.

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How to Become an Aircraft Mechanic

Interested in becoming an aircraft mechanic? Here are your next steps.

  1. Take the Sokanu Career Test

    Would you make a good aircraft mechanic? Sokanu's free assessment reveals how compatible you are with a career across 5 dimensions!

    Take the free career test
  2. Get the Education

    A certificate or associates degree is required to be an Aircraft Mechanic. A business management and administration degree is preferred. Schools offering education in this field include:

    • Columbia College | Columbia, SC
      Offers: Certificate, Associates
    • Asnuntuck Community College | Enfield, CT
      Offers: Certificate
    • Porter and Chester Institute of Branford | Branford, CT
      Offers: Certificate
    • Lincoln Technical Institute-East Windsor | East Windsor, CT
      Offers: Certificate
    • Housatonic Community College | Bridgeport, CT
      Offers: Certificate, Associates
  3. Get Hired

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    View all jobs →

    Would you like to post jobs on this career? Find the best candidates using Sokanu's new psychometric job platform. Visit employers.sokanu.com today.