We need more kids in the HVAC program after they graduate

Air conditioners help people to stay comfortable in the Summer, and they can prevent heat stroke and other dangerous conditions

Our world is losing people in the trade business like wildfire. Kids today are being taught how to do complicated math problems, perform scientific experiments, and quote random facts from history, but they aren’t being taught how to do simple things like installing a furnace or an air conditioner. Kids are also being told that the only way to be successful in the business world is to borrow a ton of money in order to pay for a degree that might have a job open for you. However, not many kids are interested in becoming an HVAC technician after they graduate. Did you know that HVAC workers get paid to learn their trade, and they make competitive wages compared to many other entry-level jobs. Rather than spending all their time studying theory and taking credits that they don’t need, they could be learning the components of a furnace and air conditioner, and figuring out how to troubleshoot basic problems with HVAC equipment. Though certain degrees become useless after a time, the world will always have HVAC equipment. Since there is not a huge population that understand how to repair or install HVAC equipment like furnaces or air conditioners, your child will have job security for the rest of your life. Air conditioners help people to stay comfortable in the Summer, and they can prevent heat stroke and other dangerous conditions. Furnaces prevent frozen pipes and warped houses, and they can help people to stay healthy and warm. The next time your kid doesn’t have a plan for the future, you should recommend HVAC!

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