It’s graduation time. Congratulations to all who are walking down the aisle this spring. After you get the diploma there will be new challenges. Choosing a career and finding a job to give you a comfortable future is never an easy decision.
That’s where Climate Control Company comes in. The HVAC industry has the help wanted sign out to find bright and talented candidates who want to work in a technically challenging field.
Consider these Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers from 2015 for the heating, cooling, and refrigeration industry:
Annual Median Pay: $45, 110
Median Hourly Pay: $21.69
Projected 10-Year Growth: 14% (much faster than average)
Those numbers reflect a growing trend in our country: A shortage of technical workers, which is why so many companies like Climate Control Company are now hiring. It’s not our goal to talk people out of going to a traditional college. But the HVAC industry is proof you don’t need a 4-year degree to get a good job. The need among companies like Climate Control Company located in Glenwood Springs, CO has never been greater.
Most of our HVAC technicians and mechanics graduate from a 2-year program at a trade or technical school. Others will start with a summer or paid internship to get hands-on experience and work their way up through the ranks.
Talk with Climate Control Company about the benefits our employees receive. Chances are you will be pleasantly surprised at the life and future you can build for yourself and for your current or future family as an HVAC specialist.
How can Climate Control Company be so sure the future is bright? Look at the growing trends of energy efficiency and pollution reduction. It’s going to take skilled workers to upgrade or replace the millions of units already in use.
Already HVAC technicians are dealing with the phase out of older refrigerants because of environmental damage. Someone must modify or replace those air conditioners or refrigeration units.
So before jumping into a low-wage retail job, before investing hundreds of thousands of dollars and 4 years in a college degree you’re not excited about, don’t you owe it to yourself to check out the opportunities at Climate Control Company?