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Thread: DFW... where to get exp?
01-31-2005, 04:00 PM #1
I'm very close to finishing all my classes ( HVACR ) at my college and after alot of thought would really like to break into the Commercial Refrigeration aspect of the industry, but have no idea where I should start.
I realize that you have to start at the bottom and work your way up, but what is considered the bottom of the industry? How would I go about picking up a job such as this with no prior expirience?
I'm really excited to get out there and start learning, but need a little guidance on where to start the journey.
01-31-2005, 04:07 PM #2
ACCA,HVAC News, Texas Workforce,M.E.P.Works.
There are alot of air conditioning company's in this area, but they are not alot of them hiring right now. Work is slow. I have been out of work since Nov.18.
02-01-2005, 11:23 PM #3Regular Guest
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Read my posts under "****tiest Job" and "Graduating Soon". Too much to retype and too lazy to cut and paste. Good Luck!
02-03-2005, 09:37 PM #4Regular Guest
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Golden Rule #1 in this trade. Work doesn't find you. You must find work. Like Aircooled53 says, many companies are super slow right now. Get a phone book out, and start dialing. Look, Look, Look. This is what seperates real trades people and wanna-be's > Be creative, and don't give up. If the college you went to doesn't provide any counseling, then it is not much of a college. Seek, and ye shall find.