As an aircraft or automobile assembler, basically you build, test and create forms of transportation. Aircraft assemblers install aircraft skins, frames and structural parts along with all mechanical systems such as flight controls, hydraulics, and wiring. Basically, you work on or inside the aircraft using hand and power tools. Automobile assemblers install engines, drive trains, doors, instrument panels and basically any component of an automobile. You operate power tools, robotic assembling equipment, hoists and other equipment.
WHAT YOU NEED:
To become an aircraft/automobile assembler, you need a background in technical studies at high school. Automotive classes are suggested. You should complete high school before pursue this career.
$36,000 to $38,000