I wasn’t a good fit for the HVAC company

It wasn’t in my nature to become an HVAC technician.

Though I tried my best, I didn’t succeed! Up until recently, I hadn’t realized how smart HVAC technicians had to be. College was never going to be an option for me. The grades I got and the ACT scores I got weren’t that good. Almost all universities would not accept me, and I knew I would fail anyway. With a good job, however, I hoped to provide for my family. It was not my cup of tea to work in factories. So, I applied to work for a local air conditioning and heating company. In order to become a certified Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning technician, the dealer will cover all costs. Despite not knowing if I would enjoy my job as a Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) technician, I had no choice. The first step is to take a bunch of tests and work for the HVAC supplier for about six months to ensure you’re a good fit. During my time working for the HVAC dealer, I took the tests. I was told I was not a good match for the job as soon as I applied. However, I already knew that. HVAC technicians need math and calculus skills. Following the instructions carefully is crucial during installation. That was too much for my patience and brain to handle. The heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning company let me go as a result of failing the tests. It seems I will have to work in a factory after all.



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