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    What is the best area to work in?

    HI I am going to be graduating in a few months . I currently live in Minnesota but I was wondering where is the best market right now for jobs? I will be recieving my diploma in residential hvac. Should I look in other states beside where I live or should I stay here?

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    The best area to work in is the area with the most work
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    Good question , I wish i had the answer

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    -12 degrees and -35 degree wind chill currently! Why not stay in Minnesota! With the residential market in such poor shape with almost no new construction and people hanging on to their money and not spending it on replacement systems my suggestion is to stay in school and get your commercial certificate if you can. More money and work in the commercial sector. Just my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbarson View Post
    -12 degrees and -35 degree wind chill currently! Why not stay in Minnesota! With the residential market in such poor shape with almost no new construction and people hanging on to their money and not spending it on replacement systems my suggestion is to stay in school and get your commercial certificate if you can. More money and work in the commercial sector. Just my opinion.
    You must be in a blue state, like NY. Taxes and regulation stifling progress. I feel your pain.
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