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Demand for HVAC Technicians is rising!

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates that employment of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) technicians will grow 21% from 2012 to 2022. HVAC techs and mechanics install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair residential and commercial climate control systems.

Why demand continues to grow

In most areas of the country, demand for HVAC system mechanics and installers is on the rise. There are several reasons why the industry is expected to expand for the foreseeable future.

  • New construction — As the country recovers from a prolonged recession, the construction industry will drive employment growth. New building construction, both commercial and residential, will increase the need for installers.
  • Improved technology — Systems are becoming increasingly more sophisticated, which means that there will be an increase in demand for qualified technicians with up-to-date HVAC training.
  • Going green — A recent focus on the environment is spurring emphasis on energy efficiency and pollution reduction. A call for more environmentally friendly HVAC systems, either by consumers or by government legislation, will increase the need for climate-control systems to be retrofitted, upgraded, or replaced entirely.

Get hands-on HVAC training in Chicago

If you have analytical and troubleshooting skills, are mechanically inclined, and want a career working with your hands, the Coyne College HVAC school offers diploma and degree programs. If you have the aptitude and interest, you can complete an Associate of Applied Science degree in as little as 18 months, and a diploma in 42 weeks.

Our programs have kept pace with the technology and energy-efficient systems that are being used today. The systems you’ll train on in HVAC classes are the same that you’ll work on in the real world.

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