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Is hvac a suitable career?

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Doreen’s Answer

Hey Joshua!

The key to career happiness is to find a job that allows you to do things that you love doing every.single.day.

The best way to find out if a particular job is the right one for you is to talk to several people doing that job and ask them what they most often find themselves doing in their work week - What specific activities take up the majority of their time?

Take that list of activities and ask yourself - which of these do I love doing? Which of these do I hate? Which would I tolerate?
I'd recommend that you evaluate a few different jobs at the same time using this method. The "winner" is the one where you will do the most things you love each day.

Best of luck to you!

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Darlene’s Answer

If you enjoy the work associated with HVAC, then yes absolutely! While it may not be the highest paying job ever, money is not everything. There are several opportunities in the HVAC world - and I am no expert here - but HVAC offers many licenses, like refrigeration, and others. The more you can attain, the more HVAC jobs you can get at the better companies. And perhaps you may be interested in starting your own HVAC company one day after you have gotten some experience.

All in all - people will always need Heat!

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Bryant’s Answer

First ask yourself, "Is this something that Joshua would want to do?" Do not pick a Career because of money as it should be something that you are passionate about. Any Career will have its pro's and con's

Not everyone has to go to college since technical roles such as welding, and other fields are in need of candidates.

To know if any career path is the correct one 1. Interview a person in the field to gain more knowledge 2. Researching roles associated with it, Education that is needed, places to work at either in North America or Internationally 3. Volunteering or Interning to gain some hands on experience