The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) forecasts job prospects should be very good for those with formal training in the automotive, diesel, motorcycle, and marine fields of study. 1 Individual employability depends on many personal and economic factors. Work experience, industry certifications, the location of the employer and its compensation programs — all affect wages. In May 2014, BLS published annual wage estimates for entry-level technicians that ranged from $21,270 to $28,130. 2 For entry-level technicians in Massachusetts as of May 2013, annual wages ranged from $23,870 to $37,430. 3 Our hard-working graduates have had opportunities to earn more as they advanced in their careers, working for UTI's industry-leading partners and opening their own shops. 4 While UTI cannot guarantee employment or salary, it is committed to providing employment guidance resources to assist motivated, job-seeking students upon and after graduation.
They Hire UTI Graduates

Employment Facts

  • There will be approximately 1,248,500 jobs in the automotive, diesel, collision repair, motorcycle and marine industries in the United States by the year 2022.5
  • 4 out of 5 UTI graduates find employment in careers within their fields of study.6

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ACCSC Graduation and Employment Rate Disclosures for each campus can be located at the Employment Services Department.

1U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition,, viewed April 10, 2015.
2U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2014,, viewed April 10, 2015.
3Massachusetts Labor and Workforce Development,, viewed July 22, 2014.
4UTI graduates' achievements may vary.
5U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Employment Matrix (2012-2022),, viewed Dec. 4, 2014.
6Approximately 9,200 of the 9,900 UTI graduates in 2014 were available for employment. At the time of reporting, approximately 8,100 were employed within one year of their graduation date, for a total of 88%. Per UTI’s accreditor’s reporting standards, this rate excludes graduates in the following classifications: continuing education, active military service deployment, a health condition that prevents employment, incarceration, international students who have returned to their country of origin, or death. This rate includes graduates employed in positions that were obtained before or during their UTI education, where the primary job duties after graduation align with the educational and training objectives of the program. UTI cannot guarantee employment or salary.