Encouraging my kid to choose Heating and Air Conditioning

My oldest kid just graduated from school, and was undoubtedly upset that I couldn’t afford to send her away to university, then all of her friends, including her boyfriend Chad, are all going away to attend the school, but my kid can’t go with them, then even if she had nice enough grades to get a partial scholarship (which she doesn’t), I simply can’t afford to spend money the ludicrous tuition fees at the state school, but instead I offered her something else – I would spend money 100% for her trade school so she could receive her Heating and Air Conditioning certification, then she didn’t prefer that idea at all, until I started explaining to her how in-demand Heating and Air Conditioning techs were, and how much money they could make.

  • She has always been motivated by money, so once she started to research jobs in the Heating and Air Conditioning industry she became undoubtedly interested, but compared to the time it takes to get a university degree, achieving Heating and Air Conditioning certification is significantly shorter and cheaper, and heating and Air Conditioning techs start with a undoubtedly nice base salary, and most times secure a undoubtedly nice benefits package, however moreover, she l earned that the Heating and Air Conditioning industry was actively pursuing young female workers, then because the industry has long been dominated by the “Old Boys Club” there has been a recent push to entice more female employees into the Heating and Air Conditioning field.

My kid realized there was a lot of money to be made in the heating and cooling industry, and right away started researching the best schools to study Heating and Air Conditioning repair; Not only will I not have to spend money for university, but I will also get free air conditioning system repairs!


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