You can make good money working in residential and commercial HVAC, because the need for heating and cooling in this post-industrialized world is near universal
Ever since my kids were little, they have been constantly changing their minds on what they want to do with their lives. My daughters used to be interested in ballet and dancing, but one of them is in nursing school and the other is a project lead at an investment firm in our state’s capital. My son on the other hand is the youngest so he is still in high school and hasn’t decided what he wants to do as a career just yet. For years he wanted to be a scientist, but his struggles with math in high school have started to curtail those original plans. I feel for him because I struggled with math as well when I was his age. It’s harder for him though because his oldest sister was a math genius and that led her down the path she took in the financial sector. I told my son to be patient with himself and to not get too hard on his limitations because he will eventually find a career path that seems right to him. While he also loves music, he realizes that it requires a good deal of skill or talent to make it in that world, unless he’s happy with forced poverty like so many independent artists these days. My brother works in HVAC and has told my son that he should consider going to trade school and taking up this career. Since he likes working with his hands, my son is starting to consider it. You can make good money working in residential and commercial HVAC, because the need for heating and cooling in this post-industrialized world is near universal. HVAC workers have great job security as well compared to more volatile industries.