What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
HVAC Service Technician in Fullerton:
"The long hours. Other company pay scales."
Study, learn, go to classes, get certified in many courses, work hard and safe, drive safe, learn customer service, learn to read schematics.
HVAC Service Technician in Dallas:
"How to learn."
Ask so many questions, you get told, "not right now". The only way to learn is to do. Take the tools, make it happen. School only teaches you enough to get a job, so you can learn more. It does not make you a technician. If your job won't condone learning this way, then out may be wise to seek out another company.
HVAC Service Technician in Modesto:
"Like what you and other will too."
If you love your job it will make you life more pleasant and it will show in the quality of your end product. Not only will the customer be pleased but so will your employer.
HVAC Service Technician in Tulsa:
Learn all you can in the field your in so you can apply it in the situations you come across.
HVAC Service Technician in Gilbert:
Find another trade, there are much better jobs where you do not have to work as hard. Long hours, very poor and harsh working conditions, sun, heat, cold, electrical shock, and falls just to name a few. Poor pay and not appreciated.