(WDVM) — HVAC and refrigeration technicians service restaurants, farms, convenience stores and even your home. They work on equipment like refrigerators and freezers and are responsible for keeping places cold and hot. Becoming a technician can take just a few months of schooling and hands-on training and you’re pretty much guaranteed a job after you graduate.
Jared Mounts, personnel director at Shenandoah Refrigeration, says it’s not the kind of job young people know about when they’re asked about their dream jobs. But it’s an important one.
“When you go into restaurants […] and you get the cold drink, or have that food delivered […] We’re the industry that kind of keeps them going,” said Mounts.
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