I made the choice I would rather be an Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C tech than a cook

My first job in private school was washing dishes in the study room at a nursing home, after about 6 weeks of showing my worth, I was given the opening to become a part-time cook. At first I thought the other cooks were my friends, however they tried to become my adversary almost instantly after I was given the job. As a teenager, this was tough; I didn’t guess who to trust and it was a competition from the start. However, I persisted and asked for as much advice as I could get from whomever was willing to give it to me. I started to shadow the chefs because they looked at all of the assistant cooks equally, and there wasn’t any favoritism going on at the time. While cooking has given myself and others a great means to receive an income, it wasn’t what I was expecting. Unless you go to culinary school, it isn’t always easy to get a job laboring as a real chef or head cook of a eating establishment. The problem is all of the culinary school graduates that you have to compete with for numerous job positions. That’s what led myself and others to trade school to learn the world of residential and commercial Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C. Even though trade school costs as much money as culinary school in my area, I saw that the starting salaries for Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C servicemans was higher than what I could expect if I worked a better job in the food maintenance industry. While my work as an Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C serviceman isn’t easy by any means, the physical exertion in the study room was almost equal to what I have now. Anyone would take the higher paying job if both jobs required equal physical effort.


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