Desk life

When I graduated high school, my family basically pushed me out onto the street.

They were certainly ready for me to grow up and be a full adult, without their help.

At the time, I did not know much about the world and I thought that it was necessary to obtain an costly school degree. I enrolled in the local University and completed a four-year degree in a supplier major. I thought that I was doing the right thing even though I did not know much about the working world. It turns out, I’m not a great candidate for sitting at a desk from 9 to 5 everyday. When I got my first task out of school, I hated it. There was nothing as irritated as sitting in one seat all afternoon long and staring at a laptop screen. I realized how much I undoubtedly care about working with my hands and what a mistake I had made jumping into this irritated career. 2 months after graduating from school, I enrolled in trade school. I decided to become a certified Heating and Cooling serviceman in 1/3 of the time that it took me to get my first degree. The Heating and Cooling serviceman program gave at my local trade school was top of the line and featured many high-tech ventilation solutions. Within 18 months I was ready to enter the Heating and Air Conditioning industry is a professional certified Heating and Cooling specialist. I’ve been happily working at a heating and cooling corporation ever since. I wish that I had saved myself time and money by going directly to trade school, however I’m thrilled to be in the right career now.


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