Don’t think I’d like being an HVAC tech

Every once in a while I think that people need to stop and reconsider how they are living life.

We get set on a certain path in our mid-twenties and we’re told that this will constitute the rest of our existence.

You graduate school, you get a job, and you work until you can’t work anymore. In my opinion, I think it’s better to reassess your career and professional goals every few years. There’s a good chance that you don’t want to stay in the same industry that you chose when you were 18. That’s why I am currently attending heating, cooling, and air quality control certification school. Previously, I have worked in several diverse industries, but this is my first time in the heating and cooling profession. I have six months left in my heating, cooling, and ventilation schooling. After that, I will take the test to be certified as a professional indoor air handling specialist. That being said… I do not want to be an HVAC technician. If you ask me, being a heating, cooling, and ventilation technician sounds awful. Driving all over the city, dealing with random people and their broken heating and cooling equipment, and getting covered in airborne pollutants does not thrill me. Instead, as soon as I get my heating and cooling licensure, I am going to be opening my own indoor air temperature control repair shop. I would like to manage the heating, cooling, and air quality control specialists who can be trusted to repair any commercial or residential temperature control device you could imagine. Those HVAC workers will do the dirty work, I will manage them. And I’ll reassess my air quality career in a few years.


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