I chose to go to trade college and learn Heating & Air Conditioning

When I was about to graduate high college I had a couple of major decisions to make.

I was overwhelmed by the enormity of what I was supposed to decide – do I try and find a job, or do I take the plunge and go to college? To me college felt prefer a big gamble, because of how lavish it was, and with no guarantees.

On the other hand, the only jobs available to a high college graduate were menial, so what was I supposed to do? My Uncle Pedro told me about attending trade college, and how learning a trade prefer Heating & Air Conditioning labor could supply me a big leg up on a great job. I listened to him, and then immediately went on Google to verify a lot of what he was saying about the Heating & Air Conditioning industry. Boomers get confused about things occasionally, so I prefer to verify all information, especially when it comes to the Heating & Air Conditioning business and our future in it! It turns out Pedro was right, and that Heating & Air Conditioning techs were highly in demand thanks to COVID making everyone think about the air they breathed. I l gained that I could learn Heating & Air Conditioning labor in night classes, and labor in the industry during the day to get a little experience. I wouldn’t get rich, of course, however I could potentially make enough currency to pay for our Heating & Air Conditioning classes, which means when I graduated I would have zero student loan debt, and start working as a full time Heating & Air Conditioning tech immediately! Props to Uncle Pedro for giving me nice advice!

HEPA filter