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    Job sites

    I was wondering if there's any job sites, just for HVAC? I'm in Illinois, thanks for any help.

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    Sign up at the steam fitters union hall.

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    Thanks, I suppose that's located in Chicago.

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    Hvac Agent is a good resource

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    Thank you HVAC Tech. I'm new wanting to get my foot in the door somewhere.

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    They might have a waiting list, but it's def. Worth it. Great pay and benifits.and you are paid for school time and training.

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    Besides HVAC Agent there is Indeed.com, Carrierbuilder and Monster.com where you just enter HVAC and zip where you are from. Most bigger companies with better pay, bennies etc post openings on these sites. You register for free and enter your info, post resume, etc. I have been hired over the phone without anybody seeing my ugly mug thru them.

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    Thanks Harley, i will look them up.

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    I've also looked on all those sites Nick. Just wanted to look elsewhere also. I just finished my residential heating and air, just looking to get my foot in the door somewhere. Thanks for your help Nick.

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    If you can learn to weld pipe the job sites are all over the country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fitzyfitta View Post
    If you can learn to weld pipe the job sites are all over the country.
    Why would anybody want to do that? We have all the fun in HVAC.
    The best way to get a job is pound the pavement all these youngsters want to stay at home filling out computer resumes expecting the world to knock down their door cause they went to hvac school= GOOD LUCK. Go in the service and fight for your country and learn a good trade and learn how to drink some beer and get in fights then join the civilian world. This trade takes a lot of hard work and then your body starts aching and hurting from arthritis and shtuff. Soo get smart why your are young and land on your but in a desk by 40.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fitzyfitta View Post
    If you can learn to weld pipe the job sites are all over the country.
    Lots of welded pipe in HVAC bit I would not want to do it. I can't stand the fumes. It is a skill that is hard to find today.


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    Dont forget MEP.com it doesnt always have HVAC in an area but it may. I find starting off in HVAC is best to go through a Temp service. Let them find you a job. You also need to make sure you have a really well put together resume.

    Quote Originally Posted by toocoolforschool View Post
    Why would anybody want to do that? We have all the fun in HVAC.
    The best way to get a job is pound the pavement all these youngsters want to stay at home filling out computer resumes expecting the world to knock down their door cause they went to hvac school= GOOD LUCK.
    That is not the way of it anymore. Most companies make it very hard to get in front of someone. They prefer online interactions but people have to put in the effort to get those in person connection. I always try to make a physical appearance but sometimes it isn't possible. However, I never show up without first trying to do it their way.
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