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It is good technical HVAC payment?


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Joseph’s Answer

It starts out like any other job, but in the end it will pay you as much as you're willing to put into it. From the beginning of my hvac career 3 years ago to know I am making 20 dollars more than I did at the start.

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John R’s Answer

Compensation is dependent on several factors that range from training and skills to attitude. A person who a demonstrates a good attitude and aptitude, as well as passing a drug test will go far.

There is a Skilled-Trades shortage in this country, and a result it puts labor in a good position for compensation since the demand is high. Compensation is also based on the market segment and discipline you gravitate to within the field.

The HVAC field is one that requires continuing education, especially now over the next few years as the industry transitions to HO and HFO refrigerants, which are flammable.

Have a great day.

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John R’s Answer

Compensation is dependent on several factors that range from training and skills to attitude. A person who a demonstrates a good attitude and aptitude, as well as passing a drug test will go far.

There is a Skilled-Trades shortage in this country, and a result it puts labor in a good position for compensation since the demand is high. Compensation is also based on the market segment and discipline you gravitate to within the field.

The HVAC field is one that requires continuing education, especially now over the next few years as the industry transitions to HO and HFO refrigerants, which are flammable.

Have a great day.

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Mitchell’s Answer

Hi Emmanuel! I agree with the answers from Joseph and John about compensation, and would like to add that there are other important benefits to this type of job as well. The primary one is "portability" - skilled HVAC technicians are needed everywhere people live, so you would have flexibility to work and live pretty much anywhere you want to. And because the work is performed on site, it is not a job that can be outsourced to companies in other states or countries, so there's a degree of job security that's getting harder and harder to find in the corporate world.

So, i wish you the best and feel confident this is a great opportunity if you decide to pursue it.

Take care!

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