Jobs-Employment: Demand for HVAC Professionals hits an all time high

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As the temperature increases, so has the demand for experienced HVAC Service Technicians and Installers.

As the temperature increases, so has the demand for experienced HVAC Service Technicians and Installers. Contractors, as well as, Property Management companies and Building Owners are continually advertising to locate talented individuals that can keep Air Conditioning systems up and running. The U.S. News & World Report cites Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning mechanics as one of their “Fast-track Careers” in their March 21, 2005 issue.

Their simply aren’t enough qualified people to fill all the available jobs, says Mike Mayberry, President and Founder of HVAC Agent. Currently http://www.hvacagent.com lists over 2,700 available HVAC jobs in the United States and believes they’ll surpass 3,000 jobs by the end of this summer.

Unfortunately, the HVAC industry seems to lose more qualified people each year than it gains. The shortage of experienced HVAC professionals is now estimated to be nearly 60,000 people and that number is expected to continue to increase over the next 10 years. With so many available job opportunities and earning potential of around $12-14/hr for entry-level Technicians and $18-30/hr for experienced people, there's never been a better time to get into this industry. Many experienced people in the HVAC industry are even earning near or above the six figure mark.

With indoor comfort of homeowners and businesses being a necessity these days, even during poor economic conditions like we've experienced during the past 4 years, the HVAC job market has remained strong and is continuing to grow every day. The HVAC industry has it all; job security, great earning potential and career advancement opportunities.

To find Schools in your area that offer HVAC education and training programs, please visit http://www.hvacagent.com/hvac_schools.aspx.

HVACagent.com is owned and operated by Dallas, Texas based HVAC Agent, LLC

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