Automotive Painter
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  • 1. Automotive Painter
    Jacob Ohrt
  • 2. Definition of the Job
    An automotive painter is someone who refinishes and repaints old and damaged vehicles in auto body repair and paint shops.
  • 3. Nature of the Work
    Use of many tools
    Sanding off the surface of a primed vehicle
    Masking off the vehicle
    Mixing of paint
    Application of primer, paint, and clear coat
    Baking of a freshly painted vehicle
    Applying polish to a finished surface
  • 4. Opinions on the Job
    • Advantages:
    Good pay
    Challenge of the job
    Job placement opportunities
    • Disadvantages:
    Standing, bending, stooping, and crouching
    Exposure to dangerous fumes
    Masks, respirators, and paint suits
  • 5. Work Environment & Conditions
    • Indoors
    • 6. Exposure to dangerous fumes
    • 7. Standing, bending, stooping, and crouching
    • 8. 40-50 hour week
  • Educational Pathways/Cost of Education
    • Training:
    Career-technical schools
    Two-year colleges
    On-the job
    Certification by ASE
    • Cost: (Kirkwood Community College)
    Annual additional expenses: $1,410
  • 9. Salary/Career Growth
  • Advanced Job Opportunities
    • Possibilities:
    • 13. Supervisory positions
    • 14. Sales or Technical Representative
    • 15. Open up own shop
  • Works Cited
    • California Occupational Guide Number 529
    • 16. Discover
    • 17. Google Images
    • 18. Occupational Outlook Handbook