Businesses that get away with online garbage

I have an admission to make, I have been choosing my next career in life based on something that I hate.

I’ve been doing everything I can to brainstorm jobs that don’t involve being online all the time.

After the last few years of employment, I’ve grown very tired of staring at a computer screen all day. I also can’t stand the idea of stressing over online marketing, website development, and social media posts. I’m just not the sort of person who enjoys going on the internet all day long and talking to strangers. That’s why, I think that I am going to become a certified heating and cooling technician. It’s a career that almost never involves staring at a computer screen. Every day, air quality control specialists go out into the real world and interact with real human beings as they use their hands to repair real-life heating and cooling problems. They don’t have to research a ton of heating and cooling information online, because they receive all of their training in a two-year certification degree. They aren’t tied down to servicing websites and making targeted social media posts for heating and cooling services, because most people don’t bother following their personal air quality control dealership online. In fact, most people will call the first heating and cooling contact that comes up in their area in case of an emergency HVAC repair. Who is going to take the time to look for a highly-ranked social media page for air conditioning repair in the middle of a 100-degree day? Nobody. They’re going to call the closest air conditioning dealership. I just need to work at that dealership. If I become an HVAC technician, I’ll finally be free of the pesky screens


Digital thermostat