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what are the long term benefits in hvac

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Dwayne’s Answer

A four year degree is not for everyone. Having a marketable skill such as HVAC or plumbing can provide a solid six figure income. Regardless of how the economy is doing, people need to have heating & cooling for their home or office. A trade school gives someone more hands-on experience than sitting in a classroom having a professor regurgitate information. Some people learn better by hands-on experience rather than reading a book or being lectured to. Education is important! But you don't have to spend four years or more and have a ton of debt to make a solid income to provide for yourself and your family.
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Linda’s Answer

We live in Texas and it's hot here more days than not. When my air conditioner goes out I'll pay any price to have someone come fix it. I am a retired educator and have advised many students to seek a career in hvac, electrician, mechanic, etc. These career paths will always have openings and provide you the amazing option of owning your own company some day. There is absolutely no need for a four year college degree and tons of student debt if you have the talent of acquiring one of the above mentioned careers.
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