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

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

Every one of us get set on a particular path in our mid-twenties & we’re told that this will constitute the rest of our existence. You graduate school, you get a job, & you work until you cannot work anymore. In my opinion, I suppose it’s better to reassess your job & professional goals every few years. There’s a good chance that you do not want to stay in the same industry that you chose when you were 18. That’s why I am currently attending heating, cooling, & air quality control certification school, but previously, I have worked in numerous diverse industries, but this is my first time in the heating & cooling profession. I have more than five months left in my heating, cooling, & 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 serviceman. If you ask me, being a heating, cooling, & ventilation serviceman sounds awful, but driving all over the city, dealing with random people & their broken heating & cooling equipment, & getting covered in airborne pollutants does not thrill me. Instead, as soon as I get my heating & cooling licensure, I am going to be opening my own indoor air temperature control repair shop. I would like to manage the heating, cooling, & 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 job in a few years.

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