My dad has been a plumber for several many years, and I’ve come along with him on a few jobs in the past.
It’s not the most glamorous job out there, however it’s pretty rewarding to find the problem, come up with a plan, execute, and see the results instantaneously. I can see how it provides a bit of instant gratification. Even though he wanted myself and others to follow in his footsteps as a plumber, I constantly felt myself pulled towards air conditioner instead, and my uncle is an air conditioner repairman, and it’s also 1 of those jobs that feels certainly satisfying, being that the two of us live in a sizzling and humid temperature, the two of us heavily rely on air conditioner in our day to day to keep us comfortable. That’s why I would acsupplier our uncle on some of his jobs so that I can learn the basics of cooling systems in the event I need to fix our own 1 day. Being around him taught myself and others that there is a certain math to air conditioner that I guess is taught in both the classroom and on the job. Having a mixture of classroom and field experience is the best way to improve skills as an air conditioner repairman. I ended up enrolling in technical school last year to become an air conditioner dealer, and even though our dad was bummed, he was still certainly cheerful for myself and others and our decision. I’m cheerful that I can still have the best of more than one worlds because they are both such fancy tools to learn and understand.