I honestly don’t understand why I should become an HVAC technician.
That is why I asked the HVAC technician who was aggressively trying to convince me that I should consider becoming an HVAC technician as a valid option in my life.
I am a junior in high school, and there are a ton of different companies and colleges that are coming to our school to try to recruit us to make a decision about our career. Unfortunately, I just got trapped by the HVAC technician, and he is trying his best to convince me that I definitely need to become an HVAC technician. Sadly, I do not want to become an HVAC technician at all, and I pretty much told the HVAC technician that. However, it was becoming difficult because I knew that I did not have a plan already. He tried to tell me about how great it was to become an HVAC technician. The HVAC company would pay for all of your training as an HVAC technician so that you would never have to worry about going to college. You could find a job anywhere as an HVAC technician, and HVAC companies are willing to pay a lot of money if you become an HVAC technician. However, I asked the HVAC technician why he thought that I should become an HVAC technician. I know the benefits, but the thought of becoming an HVAC technician bores me. Sure, there might be a lot of benefits, but would the HVAC company want someone who is not even remotely interested. Why should I become an HVAC technician under those circumstances?