Category » ‘Certification’
About 90,300 jobs are expected to be added for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) mechanics and installers between 2010 and 2020. That’s quite a bit of growth, worth writing home about.
With a predicted 20 percent growth in jobs for dieticians and nutritionists between 2010 and 2020, and an annual average pay of $56,170, it is not surprising that many are entering the field these days. But as in most fields and professions in the US, to be able to work in this field, you have to meet certain certification requirements.
Some of the best careers and jobs these days are in the vocational and technical fields. But even though no formal degree may be required to get into some fields, significant training and technical knowledge is a must. HVAC (heating, vents and air conditioner) is one such field, which offers brilliant job prospects and a decent annual income.