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How long did their degree take?

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Willis’s Answer

Hi Carlos,

You do not need to go to college to be able to get a job in HVAC. Some option that you have available is to go to a trade school that trains you on how to become an HVAC technician or installer. Another option is to get hired in an HVAC company and start from the bottom by being the warehouse inventory technician and work your way up into an HVAC technician or installer by getting trained by the company you work with.
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Jason’s Answer

You don't need a masters degree to get involved with HVAC. You can typically get a professional certification from a trade school or local community college, that'll save you a lot of money in the long run instead of spending it on student loans and such. I would recommend looking around locally to see if there are any programs near you so you can set up an apprenticeship. You can definitely get started with just a high school diploma or GED, or an associates. Just depends on your financial situation and how long you want to spend studying
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