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5 Jobs for Those With a BSc Degree in Automotive Management in the US

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Automotive management focuses on the business aspects of the automotive industry. Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in this field not only enhances your knowledge of automotive accounting, marketing and distribution, but also takes you into technical areas such as automotive engines, transmission systems and auto electronics. Upon graduation, you will possess a blend of technical and management skills that can make you an irresistible candidate for a range of jobs in this industry. Before listing these jobs, here are some of the colleges offering this credential:

Armed with your degree, you can find employment as an:

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1. Automotive Sales Consultant

Automotive sales consultants render automotive advice to customers looking to purchase new or used cars. They can, for instance, analyze the motoring needs of a potential buyer and advise him on the cars that can suit his needs. Automotive sales consultants typically work in companies that manufacture vehicles as well as car dealerships and auto retails centers. According to PayScale, the median annual salary for these consultants is $36,354.

2. Automobile Service Manager

Vehicles need to be serviced regularly. Automobile service managers are the professionals who lead service departments in automobile shops and vehicle dealerships. They supervise automotive service technicians and ensure each vehicle is given the service it requires. PayScale reports that the average annual salary for auto service managers is $51,023.

3. Fleet Manager

Businesses that offer road transportation services, such as car rentals and trucking companies, also need professionals with training in automotive management. Working as a fleet manager, you will ensure vehicles are in sound mechanical condition by maintaining effective service schedules. The job also involves finding ways to minimize fuel consumption costs, coordinating the replacement of old vehicles, maintaining communication with auto spare and parts suppliers, and ensuring the safety of vehicles that are not in use. According to Salary.com, the median annual pay for fleet managers is $76,583.

4. Automotive Marketing Specialist

If you love communicating messages, this is a job you could enjoy. As an automotive marketing specialist, you will help vehicle manufacturers market their products in various market segments. You will develop marketing strategies that can reach target consumers. For example, if a manufacturer just released a new luxury car, your job is to determine how to best reach consumers in high-income neighborhoods. According to job site Indeed, automotive marketing specialists earn $61,000 a year.

5. Auto Insurance Adjuster

Motoring can be fun, until of course you get involved in a traffic accident. This is the time you realize insurance carriers can be a pain in the butt! Your provider will send an auto insurance adjuster who will assess your damaged car, take pictures, and ultimately determine the amount of money you will receive in compensation. Indeed reports that the average annual salary for these adjusters is $41,000.

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Other jobs you can secure with a bachelor’s degree in automotive management include field service representative, warranty administrator, and auto sales manager. So, if you are a motoring enthusiast who wants to pursue a career in the automotive industry, then maybe this is the degree you should earn.

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