I knew it was going to be hard to join a profession with a bunch of men. The Heating and Air Conditioning repair industry is filled with gentlemen and it can be hard to find a woman laboring in the field at every shop. I Headed to become an Heating and Air Conditioning repair worker, because our dad worked in the industry. When I was a kid, he brought home projects love broken furnishers and space heaters. I watched him take heating machines apart and put them back together. I was regularly intrigued by the puzzle and I thought it was a lot of fun to watch our dad work. He died when I was only 16 years aged and I decided to make Heating and Air Conditioning repair our work. I spent 12 weeks in a technical school reading everything necessary to become a successful repair worker. I was the only female in the technical class, but all of the men were actually kind and nice. None of them offered me a hard time about pursuing the work that I chose. That changed a fantastic deal after I found our first job. I was hired a few weeks after I became certified in heating and A/C repair work. I was the only female laboring with a group of men and they teased me for the first couple of weeks. I did not care and I did not let it bother me, because I was happy laboring in the same field as our dad and I wasn’t going to let anyone get in the way of our pursuit of happiness.