On this Labor Day, many people are questioning the job they have now and whether it’s really a career that will provide for their future. At this time of celebrating the American worker, Builder’s Heating & Air Conditioning wants you to know that HVAC jobs are a great career choice. Consider these 2015 statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Annual Median Pay: $45,110
Median Hourly Pay: $21.69
Projected 10 Year Growth: 14% (much faster than average)
Builder’s is always looking for smart and hardworking people because those are the type of employees who make a company successful. We understand the people who work for us, in the office and the HVAC service technicians in the field, are the lifeline connecting us to the clients we serve.
The result is Builder’s offers an attractive employment package to attract good people, and then we train them to be even better. Builder’s will pay for the training so our technicians are NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certified. We’re excited to recently congratulate Ian P., Tyler K., Kyle P., Ryan F. and Laramie B. for investing 20 weeks of night classes and passing the test. This raises us to almost 100% of our technicians being NATE certified. What it means for the home and business owner is the HVAC specialist we send has received a higher level of training and is able to solve your problems quicker and easier with confidence. He or she will get it right the first time, every time.
Working in HVAC installation or repair is a good example of how to earn a living and build a career without a four-year-college degree. Additionally, you can start building your future without being saddled with thousands of dollars in student loan debt.
Unlike many other jobs, working as an HVAC technician is virtually recession proof. How can we be so sure? For one thing, consider the growing trends of energy efficiency and pollution reduction. The industry is already dealing with the phase out of older refrigerants because of environmental damage. It’s going to take skilled air conditioner technicians to upgrade and replace the millions of units already in use.
What do you have to lose? Fill out an application online and you just might find the right job for you. When you learn more about the benefits that Builder’s Heating & Air Conditioning employees receive, chances are you will be pleasantly surprised at the life and future you can build for yourself and your family.