Aircraft Maintenance Technicians are #1 when it comes to occupations that pay $25 per hour.

Aircraft Maintenance Technician | Aviation Institute of Maintenance

According to an article on CareerBuilder.com written by Debra Auerbach, aircraft maintenance technicians (AMT) and avionics equipment mechanics earn $25.59 per hour.  This translates to roughly to a salary of $53,227 per year.  The article on CareerBuilder.com compares the aircraft maintenance technician to other careers that earn $25 per hour, including: Building Inspector, Dietician, Human Resources Specialist, and School Counselor.  Out of the 9 careers that were mentioned, the top earner and most interesting occupation was the aircraft maintenance technician.

If earning this kind of money excites you then you should contact Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM).  At our aviation career school, we have several programs of interest to meet your needs.  Our AMT program is available at all nine of our campuses.  This program is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills to excel as an aircraft mechanic. This training prepares you to pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) test to become a certified Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Technician for employment in aviation maintenance.

If you already have some training or experience in aircraft maintenance or electronics repair, Aviation Institute of Maintenance’s Avionics Technician Program is that perfect next step. The Avionics Technician Program is designed to prepare you for career opportunities in aviation electronics systems.   If you do not have previous aircraft maintenance or electronics experience, consider our Aircraft Maintenance Technician Electronics (AMTE) program, which is designed to provide the fundamental skills for A&P maintenance.

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