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The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that, between 2012 and 2022, the HVAC field will experience a growth rate of 21%. While it may seem like a small percentage, it is actually tremendous.

hvac_studentCurrently, there is an intense need for HVAC professionals, domestic refrigeration technicians and major appliance technicians. Largely, older technicians are aging out and retiring, and there is a gap where young, skilled laborers can take their places. Mike Rowe, star and host of the TV series Dirty Jobs, addressed the Senate Commerce Committee in 2011, elaborating that, “Right now, American manufacturing is struggling to fill 200,000 vacant positions. There are 450,000 openings in trades, transportation and utilities.” Currently, there are many opportunities available all over the country for people who are looking to enter the HVAC career or further their skills.

To enter the field as a HVAC or Major Appliance technician, you must be properly trained and have the right experience. Bay State Tech helps people start their own success story by providing them with a hands-on technical education that prepares them for entry level positions in fields that are begging for qualified workers.

Graduates of Bay State Tech are always well-received by companies who have a great relationship with the school as well as companies that value the hands-on education Bay State Tech provides. These companies often visit the school to look for well-qualified recent graduates to join them in the workforce. Bay State Tech also offers job search assistance to graduates, as well as accommodations for resume preparation.

If you’re interested in learning more about how you can embark on your own successful HVAC or Major Appliance career path at the Bay State School of Technology, call 1-888-828-3434 to speak to an admissions representative and download our course catalog now.  Call today – classes start September 8th!

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