When I first chose to go into the HVAC work, area of that was because I knew the HVAC trade was always high in demand! Everyone is always going to rely on their cooling and heating devices, and every Summer and winter, the need for HVAC workers spike. So I knew I was getting into a safe work field. Graduating as a certified HVAC worker was pretty straight-forward, and soon after I started looking for tasks from the local HVAC businesses. I applied to many, yet I heard back from few. I was puzzled, why wasn’t I hearing back from any of the a/c companies? I looked at my resume over and over, making sure I didn’t miss anything, but everything looked perfect. I was very confused. It took me multiple months, but finally I was accepted into a HVAC corporation that was a bit of a drive away. I ended up finding out that some air conditioning companies are hesitant to take current HVAC workers in, because of inexperience. This was slightly frustrating, because the only way to get experience is to be hired. Regardless, I had a task now, so it didn’t matter that much anymore. I had another heating and a/c worker professor me, and I ended up shadowing them on several of the trips to maintenance HVAC devices. It wasn’t long before I was traveling on my own and repairing HVAC systems on my own. If I ever become an a/c corporation owner, I might try to hire more HVAC school graduates, so they won’t be rejected love I was.