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    I concur

    I concur
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    You can be fired without reason and you can quit...

    You can be fired without reason and you can quit to go work at the shop down the street without notice or reason. Employment is entirely voluntary and wages can vary greatly between techs at the same...
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    Field piece sc76

    Field piece sc76
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    Read the questions a few times before looking at...

    Read the questions a few times before looking at the choices. They try to trick you into selecting the wrong answer in the way that they write the question. Know how to read a wiring schematic too....
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    5/16?? I got a 1/2 adapter for the condensers...

    5/16?? I got a 1/2 adapter for the condensers that works. (art cool models) You don't need to check the charge anywhere on the system. Just weigh in the factory charge, they make valves to pump down...
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    This is true about bad companys. I see guys pick...

    This is true about bad companys. I see guys pick up bad habits and it's harder
    To unlearn than to teach someone from scratch sometimes.
    I started at a modest hrly rate. If I calculated the hrs I...
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    Relocating Washington

    I'm a tech with 2 years experience, south Texas. Looking to move family to Washington, pierce county area. Got some NATES, A/C heat pump and air balancing certs. Working for a major contractor here...
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    I got 6 NATE's myself. Employer put up the...

    I got 6 NATE's myself. Employer put up the classes and paid for the testing for all of us. It looks good on a resume and guys that have these qualifications usually mean business. Career techs not...
  9. Thread: Work in Texas

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    Lots of work in San Antonio too. You'll be...

    Lots of work in San Antonio too. You'll be looking at temps upwards of 130 in the attics. It's rough in the summer and slow in the winter months.
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