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My Dad is in the Navy and will be relocating with my Mom from California to Northern Sparks (They'll be working in Tysons Corner). My dad is going to retire and stay there (They lived there for a long time and I pretty much grew up there). Now I live in Sparks where my moms family is from and I want to leave this state. I am a graduate of an industrial electricity program and Im about to graduate an HVAC program in May. I work in a factory doing PLC and Controls work and will be getting a Alarm and Access controls certificate shortly after graduating my HVAC program. My Mom is an Accountant and has a well paying job set for her in Sparks and my Dad, being in the Navy will have a job and when he retires next year, he has a job lined up (Healthcare Administration). Now there's me. I have no degree but a years work in a factory as Maintenance and numerous small jobs in HVAC. I want to go back, I cant stand living here. The only reason I moved away was becuase I didnt have a skill to last there. I am afraid that by moving back there i wont be able to find a job. Im asking on here because I want to get some advice and reccommendations as I havent lived there in a few years. My parents are moving next week, I want to move within 2014. What is the HVAC field like up there? What kind of jobs am I qualified for? Would I be good If I left when I graduated my HVAC program? Tennessee is alright but you just cant get that feeling down here I got in Arlington. I have no problem staying here for a while longer but I want to leave before 2015. Any Advice is greatly appreciated.
People have this idea that Trade skills live in trailers and do whatever job we can scrounge up. I can tell you that it is NOT true. This week I had 24 service calls, two appointment maintenance, three installations and on top of that I sold 4 new units. HVAC is one of those careers where after the first three years, your Salary can not be estimated as a whole. I average about $5,500 in my base pay every month, plus the 3K in commission I get . Wife gets 2K from her online Business. I am, without trying to brag (although I know I am), rolling in it. We own a condo, two brand new cars. My brand new Motorcycle and a complete set of tools for my trade. What do I do? I handle maintenance of all the AC and Refridgeration units for three major chain grocery stores in Fairfax, Arlington counties as well as Alexandria and a store in metro DC. Now here comes the hard blow, you will not be making the money I do. I have 5 yeasr experience on systems they dont even have schools for yet. You will, however have the opportunity to make some decent livable money. Competition isnt too bad because the people that do move here have to go to school and find helper jobs hoping to get an apprenticeship. I ONLY hire techs that went to trade school because the students tend to be more willing to learn. An apprenticeship student is good for residential but commercial systems require an open mind. Most places around here only need and want 1-3 years experience. I have no doubt you would be able to find a Sparks paying job but still, take some money with you because you may be out of a job for a few months at first. Good luck.