Car maintenance jobs are in high demand, but a new study says that some jobs are more important than others.
The CareerBuilder study, released Thursday, ranks cars in terms of their maintenance needs.
While many of the jobs on the list are relatively simple, they do include a lot of complex tasks.
The study, for instance, rated the average car maintenance jobs job at “very good” or “good.”
It also rated the jobs at “average,” “good,” “above average,” “average” and “below average.”
“The best job on this list is to maintain the vehicle,” CareerBuilder says.
“The worst job is to fix the vehicle.”
The study also rated jobs that require more maintenance, including those that use tools and drills to fix cars.
“These jobs are typically the most difficult to maintain because they require high level of skill,” Career Builder says.
“There are so many things that go into maintenance that most people don’t think about.”
The Careerbuilder study also included car repairs, which are often done by a company called Automation Solutions.
Automation has been ranked in the top 10% of all car maintenance companies in the United States, according to the Business Insider website.
The job of an auto mechanic is to make sure that vehicles are maintained.
The average job on the report, according the study, is to “do repairs on all of the cars in a vehicle.”
A career in auto maintenance can pay well.
The average salary for an auto maintenance employee is $52,000, according CareerBuilder.
Some of the higher-paying jobs include “reinstallation, replace parts, repair/replace vehicle,” “install or replace brake pads, transmissions, transmissions and drive units,” and “replace vehicle and/or transmission fluid.”
While some jobs may require more work, the CareerBuilder survey also showed that some workers can earn more than $100,000.
“We find that most auto maintenance jobs offer benefits that include health insurance, 401Ks, flexible schedules and other benefits,” CareerMobility says.
The full report can be found here.