Originally posted by otto
I'm not sure I understand the gist of your advice there Mikey. Go to work for the small Co? Or take the larger Co? Personally, I'm leaning towards the larger one. I know it's all RTU's and lacks the challenge of learning and working on unique and bigger stuff. But, the RTU's are where I'm quite comfortable and know my stuff. There's still lots to learn on them and they'll always be changing with refrigerant and efficiency mandates.Originally posted by mike3
Wishing you the best. I certainly remember looking for work with 3 mouths to feed..oops 4 forgot me
Give some thought to working for a small co, I did and it probably was the best thing when work slowed down & I found other work with large co.
[Edited by mike3 on 02-17-2006 at 02:59 PM]
Both companys claim that I will stay busy all year long. I have heard that from every company that I've worked for in my 20+ years in this business. The proof is in the workload between Jan 15th and March 31st.
I always plan on saving money for the slow times, but there's always some wrench thrown into the works.